Eric Elfman of the Big Sur Writing Workshop has a new book – and Amazon has given it a whole lotta love

Amazon recently sent out a post to thousands (tens of thousands? millions?) of their customers promoting the Kindle version of TESLA’S ATTIC, by Eric Elfman and Neal Shusterman.

We know what your’re thinking and YES, that’s the same Eric Elfman who’ll sit on the March 7-9, 2014 Big Sur Writing Workshop faculty!

And yes, you’re correct again: it’s the best workshop in the cosmos for picture books, early reader, middle grade & YA fiction, courtesy of the Andrea Brown Agency and the Henry Miller Library.

Once again: the next workshop is March 7-9, 2014 in Seaside, CA and it will sell out!

To register, click here and/or call 831-667-2574.

Meanwhile, here’s a great excerpt from Eric and Neal’s chat with the Kindle folk:Teslas-attic

What’s your favorite thing about the book?

Neal: The characters. They’re all fun, and quirky, and came to life when we were writing. My favorite character would have to be Petula, this irascible girl who’s a force of nature, and whose pigtails are pulled so tight, we suspect it may be affecting blood flow to her brain.

Eric: More than anything else, I love the humor we put in the novel. It still makes me laugh out loud when I read it.

Can you give us a teaser about the book?

Eric: Our main character discovers that Tesla had a far-reaching plan that involves him and all of his friends… and may inadvertently bring about the end of the world.

Neal: Or it may not. You’ll have to read it to find out!

http://www.kindlepost.com/2014/01/in-conversation-neal-shusterman-eric-elfman-on-teslas-attic.html

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