Apologies, Superheroes, and Homeschool Conventions
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This is my first newsletter since December of 2018. I apologize for that. I had severe back pain that led to three major surgeries, and I have been recovering ever since. I still have quite a bit of pain in my legs, but I am back to work, both writing and touring.

Wanted: Superheroes #2

Hertz to Be a Hero, the second book in the Wanted: Superhero series is now available!

This books has 15 interior illustrations like the one you see above.

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Hertz to Be a Hero is an exciting good-versus-evil battle between a brother-sister superhero team and the evil Mephisto. It is book #2 in the “Wanted: Superheroes” series.

The evil Mephisto is still on the prowl, and he hopes to bring the city of Nirvana to its knees by controlling its people with a hypnotizing gas. Now that Damocles, the great superhero, is gone, who can stop this villain?

Eddie Hertz, a twelve-year-old genius, and his sister, an eight-year-old super-powered girl named Samantha, have a plan—lure Mephisto into a trap by using themselves and Eddie’s superhero invention as bait.

When Mephisto surprises the kids with a plan of his own, they have to call upon every talent and power they possess as well as the skills of their quirky friends to conquer unimaginable dangers—fighting an unworldly octopus creature, riding spool lines across burning skyscrapers to save the people inside, and battling a phantom panther that preys on children.

All the while, they know that eventually they will have to face the greatest danger of all—thousands of mind-controlled zombies in Nirvana who are ready to do Mephisto’s bidding to capture Eddie and Samantha, thereby allowing him to achieve his goal to control the city and eventually the world.

Pages – 256   Recommended for ages 8 and older.

Homeschool Conventions

I will be (or have been) a vendor and/or a speaker at 17 homeschool conventions in 2019. I hope you can come out to one of them so we can have a chat.

Here are the remaining convention locations and dates on my schedule:

May 3 to 4 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 9 to 11 - Mobile, Alabama
May 17 to 18 - Lansing, Michigan
May 23 to 25 - Orlando, Florida
May 30 to June 1 - Winston-Salem, North Carolina
June 6 to 8 - Richmond, Virginia
June 13 to 15 - Ontario, California
June 21 to 22 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
June 26 to 27 - Atlanta, Georgia
August 1 to 3 - Rochester, New York
August 8 to 10 - Jacksonville, Florida

If you have any questions about specific sites, let me know.

New Review

Check out this super nice review of Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World - Click Here.

The new printing has 15 interior illustrations like the one you see below.

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Another New Review

Check out this great review of The Scent of Her Soul - Click Here.

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Testimony Time:

Mr. Davis,

I don't know if you will get this message, but I just want to thank you for the book series you have written. My favorites are the Dragons of Starlight (go Koren!), Dragons in our Midst, Oracles of Fire, and Children of the Bard (Yay Bonnie and Lauren!). Your books had me on the edge of my seat, fearful and excited.

Before I found your series, I didn't know if God was listening. I tried to get into Bible study classes and stuff, and it helped a little, but it just was kinda weird, do you know what I mean? Like it wasn't complete. Then, my mom found your books on Goodreads and found The Circles os Seven at the library, and I just got sucked in. I read the Dragons of Starlight, then read the other series starring Billy and Bonnie. I have to admit, I got seriously attached to Bonnie and Koren.

You helped my faith grow strong. As I read, I felt things as I read the books. Every manacle that tore at Koren's wrists, I felt. When Lauren lost Joan of Arc, I cried bitterly and felt the same hole in my heart,  like I had been there. When Bonnie was captured by Devin and forced to jump out of the plane with him, I felt every tear and rip in Bonnie's wing. Koren, Bonnie and Lauren felt like more than words on a page, they were close friends, no, sisters. I remember, when Lauren had to walk barefoot across a lava field, my feet tingled as if they were hers.

My fictional sisters are in my dreams, both waking and asleep. Your books opened the gateway to let me dance with Elohim, fly with Legossi, find Jehovah-Yasha, watch with helplessness as Cassabrie cured the sickness of Starlight, and hear the Song of the Ovulum. You helped me find my mercy song.

Thank you so much, Mr. Davis. Thanks.

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