PRLog - Jun. 25, 2014 - LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- April 29th, 2014 – Another fantastic Richard Roberts novel has hit the shelves and fans are falling for the surprising and stubborn protagonist Penelope Akk. Louisville author Roberts has a tendency to write strong children’s novels with an edgy twist, a quality that has landed Supervillain in the #1 children’s science fiction fantasy slot since it’s release on February 14th, 2014. Please Don’t Tell My Parent’s I’m a Supervillain has everything a Harry Potter fan could want: young kids with a penchant for trouble-making, a new world of superheros and supervillains to explore, and of course, plenty of action.
Says Director of Marketing at Curiosity Quills Press, Nikki Tetreault, “What really grabbed my attention in reading the MS was the delightful balance and development of both stereotypical and stereotype- breaking traits in each of the trio of characters. When Penelope Akk and her friends get labeled supervillains after a fight at school, they have to resort to a few dastardly deeds to clear their names, and are tempted by very human desires.”
What has fans positively panting for the newly announced sequel is the intelligent female protagonist that is both clever and believable (looking at you Hermione-lovers)
CQ has also recently received film interest for Supervillain with the Creative Artists Agency (CAA), one of the top talent agencies in the world. We’re thrilled to officially announce this partnership, as for the possibility that one of our best-selling novels has the chance to make it on the big screen!
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and KOBO, and at your favorite local bookstores upon request. Stay up to date with all the Supervillain chatter at ImASupervillain.com
$4.99- eBook; $16.99- Paperback; $19.99- Hardcover
About the Author: Richard Roberts
Roberts has fit into one category during his life: writer. His work tends to be applicable to kids, but he often adds in a bit of a gothic aesthetic. His writing is influenced by folk tales, fairy tales, and mythology. Roberts pulls his readers into strange characters with strange lives, and his heroes are rarely heroic.
About Curiosity Quills Press
Curiosity Quills Press (CQ) publishes the best in fiction under a slew of genres and themes, with a tip of the hat toward unique and edgy stories of a high caliber. Founded in 2011 by writers for writers, CQ has tripled it’s business in as many years. For more information, visit Curiosityquills.com
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