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Hello, Hockey Fans!
I love to hear from readers, so please drop me a line at email@example.com and let me know what you think of my books. If you or your child enjoyed the Hockey Rivals books, I would be so grateful if you could post a short review on retailers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble.com, or Audible, on book sites like Goodreads, hockey forums, and/or social media so that other hockey fans can learn about the novels.
Word-of-mouth is an author’s best friend! I’d be grateful for anything you can do to help other hockey fans to find my books.
Inscriptions For Hockey Fan Gifts
Group orders – The Hockey Rivals books make great hockey player gifts. Are you ordering several paperback copies on a retail site for a hockey team or other group? Reach out to me if you would like some signed, personalized bookplate stickers sent through U.S. mail. First, order the books through a site such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble.com. Second, email a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org. Third, provide a list of names and any special inscription requests. You can find out more information on my Bulk Offer page.
Individual or small orders – Request an Authorgraph. Through this free service, readers can receive digital inscriptions to download to their Kindle or print as a PDF. If you have a paperback book, you can use either tape or a glue stick to affix the PDF inside the print book.
All you have to do is follow the Authorgraph link, select the book you want an autograph for, and tell me who I should make it out to and if you have any ideas for what to say – i.e. Jimmy, Keep skating and keep reading. Good luck with hockey this year. Stacy Juba.
Once you request the Authorgraph through the site, send me an email and let me know to be on the lookout for an Authorgraph request. That way nothing slips through the cracks.
Interested in Guest Blogging?
Are you interested in contributing a guest post of interest to hockey fans? Perhaps a review of a middle grade or young adult sports book, a hockey product review, an article about your non-profit hockey organization, or advice for hockey families?
I'd love to hear your ideas. Fill out the below form, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Much to my dismay, my 6th grade hockey player doesn’t care for reading. We gave him your Face Off book at Christmas and he loved it! Thank you for helping to contribute to my efforts to show him that reading can be fun!
Kristin in Connecticut
Stacy Juba does a great job showing the emotional issues both boys are facing. I could see many kids and adults relating to this story. I recommended this book to my son and the kids on his PeeWee hockey team.
Diane's Book Blog
Lots of action and emotional upheaval ensure that this will be a popular book for boys as well as girls. This reviewer’s YA Book Review Group gave it nine points out of a possible ten for ‘Good Read’ status.