#BookTour “Bubba and Squirt’s Mayan Adventure” by Sherry Ellis

Join me today for author Sherry Ellis’ MC Book Tour for her latest release, BUBBA AND SQUIRT’S MAYAN ADVENTURE.
This is a delightful juvenile fiction story that readers of all ages will enjoy.
◊ Genre: Juvenile Fiction
◊ Publisher: Dancing Lemur Press (Sept. 7, 2020)
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ Paperback: 96 pages
◊ ISBN-10: 1939844703
◊ ISBN-13: 978-1939844705
An ancient Mayan civilization!     
That’s what Bubba and Squirt find when they travel through the mysterious vortex for another wild adventure. There they meet archeologists who are unearthing priceless artifacts.
But someone is stealing them. And an encounter with the Tate Duende awakens magic within Bubba. Throw in the mysterious Alux and a new discovery and things get sticky.
Will Bubba and Squirt solve the mystery, or will they be stuck forever in the jungles of Belize?
Bubba and Squirt available at 




Señor Raymundo had a job for us!

“What is it?” I asked.

“Before I tell you, I need to know if you’re a good detective,” he said.

“I’m the best spy-guy ever. Promise!” After magic, detective work was my next favorite thing.

Señor Raymundo liked my answer. “Okay,” he said. Then he grew serious. “We have a problem.”

Squirt frowned. “What kind of problem?”

“Someone is stealing artifacts we find.”

“Whoa. Who?” I asked.

Squirt jabbed me with her elbow. “If he knew who, he wouldn’t be asking for help.”

“Oh. Yeah, right.” She got me on that one. “Do you have any idea who it might be?”

Señor Raymundo shook his head. “No. Maybe looters.” His voice lowered. “Or someone on the team. I need more people to watch. Can you do that?”

Squirt and I nodded.

“Have you told the police?” Squirt asked.

Si, but they haven’t found the culprit.”

I wrinkled my brows. To be a good detective, you need to ask important questions. I put on my thinking cap and came up with one. “Where are the art facts being stolen from?”

“Art-i-facts,” Squirt corrected.

“Yeah. Those things.”


Meet the Author
Sherry Ellis is an award-winning author and professional musician who plays and teaches the violin, viola, and piano. 

When she is not writing or engaged in musical activities, she can be found doing household chores, hiking, or exploring the world. Ellis and her family live in Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information on Sherry and her writing, connect with her on: Twitter * Facebook * Goodreads * Blog * Website * Amazon Author Page

The author is sponsoring a tour-wide giveaway. She is giving away ten (10) autographed print copies of the book open to all. Be sure to enter below on the Rafflecopter widget. If the widget doesn’t appear, click HERE to enter the giveaway. The giveaway ends at midnight on Oct. 17th.
You can also follow Sherry’s tour for more information and chances to enter by visiting the following sites:
Monday, Sept. 14 – Write With Fey – Guest Post
Alex J. Cavanaugh – Guest Post

Tuesday, Sept. 15 – Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews – Interview
Wednesday, Sept. 16 – The Story of a Writer – Review
Thursday, Sept. 17 – Book Reviews by Pat Garcia – Review
Friday, Sept. 18 – Booked Solid with Virginia C – Feature
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review & Top Ten List

Monday, Sept. 21 – Just Jemi – Review & Interview
Anna del C. Dye Official Page – Excerpt
Tuesday, Sept. 22 – Baroness’ Book Trove – Review

Saturday, Sept. 26 – Storeybook Reviews – Excerpt
Monday, Sept. 28 – Elizabeth Spann Craig’s Blog – Guest Post
Joylene Nowell Butler – Excerpt
Journaling Woman – Feature
Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Nesie’s Place – Excerpt

Friday, Oct. 2 – Thoughts in Progress – Review
Monday, Oct. 5 – The Sexy Nerd “Revue” – Excerpt
Wednesday, Oct. 7 – Willow Writes and Reads – Review
Friday, Oct. 9 – Celticlady’s Reviews – Excerpt
Monday, Oct. 12 – Literary Rambles – Interview
Wednesday, Oct. 14 – Writer’s Gambit – Feature & Top 10 List
Thanks for stopping by today. Do you enjoy all different types of genres and age-related stories?

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