Miri always knew she was adopted, liked her food extra salty, and could hold her breath an unbelievably long time, but she never would have guessed that it meant she was a mermaid.
Mermaids aren't real.
Or are they?
It took some doing to get it up, but it's finally there. Unfortunately, it's not showing up under Nook Kids new releases. I would guess that's because it shows a publication date of December 2012 - which is how long I have been trying to get it to show up in their store. Grrr!
I really want Barnes & Noble to succeed. I love how they use the epub format, which is a universal book format, as opposed to the Kindle mobi format that can only be read on the Kindle and Kindle reading apps. But it's hard to sell your book when it's virtually invisible! New releases at least would put the book in front of a few readers.
But you can find it - either by typing the title in Barnes & Noble's search bar, or clicking on the handy dandy link I'm going to provide right here:
Miri Attwater and the Ocean's Secret is still available, of course, at Amazon and Kobo. And through the magic of Smashwords it is also available on ibooks, Sony, and diesel.
So you can buy it anywhere, anytime!
If you've already bought a copy and feel inclined to hop over to any of the sites and leave a review, that would be a wonderful boost to the book's visibility on the different sites!