Waggers by Stacy Nyikos

Award Winning Author, Stacy Nyikos,
Celebrates Waggers Release with Blog Tour and Local Events
New Book Offers Insight Into the Pitfalls of Families and Pet Ownership

TULSA, Okla.—November 19, 2014—Award winning author Stacy Nyikos is celebrating the release of her new book, Waggers, with a blog tour December 7 - 13, 2014.  Blog tours allow authors/illustrators, students, educators and book lovers to connect “virtually” through interviews on websites, podcasts, blog sites and on-line radio shows.  Locally, Nyikos is celebrating with book signings at the Southroads Barnes & Noble in Tulsa November 29, 2014, from 1-3 pm, at Full Circle Bookstore in Oklahoma City on December 6, 2014, from 10 am-noon, and at Best of Books in Edmond on December 13, 2014, from 7-9:30 pm. Book signings are free and family friendly.
Waggers is the story of an newly adopted puppy who, no matter how hard he tries to be good, is foiled again and again by his destructo tail. Cookies, monster hunts, squirrels…not the squirrels! The house can’t take one more wag. Waggers, Moni, and Michael have to find a way to wag the tail that wags the dog before Waggers’s tail wags them all out of house and home. Waggers is purely fictional. Well, almost fictional. Ask Stacy’s dog, Desi, if you want the real story. Just watch out for that tail!

ABOUT – Stacy Nyikos
Stacy Nyikos is the award-winning author of many mischievous books for children. She is not sure how that happened. She did not get into trouble as a child…if you don’t count liberating sandwiches from her dad. Stacy holds an MFA in Writing for Children at Vermont College, which she earned. Honest. When she isn’t liberating sandwiches, Stacy can be found scribbling in the wilds of Oklahoma. She is currently working on a new adult novel about her grandfather’s adventure canoeing from Indiana to New Orleans – over 2,000 miles of paddling – in 1939. For more information, visit her website at www.stacyanyikos.com or contact Michele Kophs, Event Coordinator, at 360.597.3432.

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