You really can’t ask for more than this!

“David Pandolfe has done it again; he’s wonderfully crafted a book that can’t be put down and will never leave your heart.” This has been a great blog tour so far and I can’t tell you (well, technically, I am) how happy I am to hear how much readers are enjoying the new novel. Thank you to Heather Peter at the Real Bookshelves of Room 918! To read the full review, click here....

“Every Kind of Wonderful”

FIVE STARS from Reeka Boland at Bound by Words!! This may well be the nicest, most stunning, incredibly awesome review I’ll ever get for STREETLIGHTS LIKE FIREWORKS! This one is the kind of review that writers dream of getting for their books. Thank you, Reeka! “…this book was every kind of wonderful. I cannot express to you with my useless WORDS, exactly what Streetlights Like Fireworks will do to you. This book is PURE feeling. It is a bounded SOUL. There is a dangerous NEED for this author to be picked up, and seen, by the big 3 in publishing. I cannot wait for the day that I see David Pandolfe’s books gleaming from every single bookstore shelf possible. His writing ranks with the likes of John Green, or David Levithan, and quite possibly, even exceeds them.” To read the full review, click...

Streetlights Like Fireworks: Blog Tour Promo!

The STREETLIGHTS LIKE FIREWORKS blog tour kicks off this week. I’m really excited about publishing this new novel and have been so glad to hear people are enjoying it!  To get things rolling, the ebook will be on sale for a limited time only at $0.99! Yeah, I know. Did I really just say “for a limited time only?” Sorry, but it’s true. Yep, this includes Amazon, Kobo and Barnes and Noble! Thanks to all and snag a copy on the cheap while the deal lasts! I’m almost out of exclamation points so I better get going! Wait, I found one more. JUMP WHEN READY will also be available on some of the sites for the same price! Here are the links: Amazon  Kobo   Barnes &...

Reincarnation, Teenage Psychics and Doctor Who

For those who follow me on Twitter, it’s obvious that I’m a big Doctor Who fan. To be totally upfront about things, my Whovian status is a relatively recent development.  I can’t claim to be a truly hardcore Whovian with a history of watching the show dating back to childhood. We started watching a year or so ago on Netflix but got into the show enough to actually buy Season 7 on iTunes rather than wait for those episodes to become available. Now, we’re eagerly awaiting next season’s 12th doctor with Peter Capaldi (while re-watching most of the Matt Smith and David Tennant episodes). Yes, I’m definitely a fan. In fact, my entire family is a little obsessed. But you might be wondering what any of this has to do with my writing or my books. A fair question… Well, there are certain elements of Doctor Who that greatly appealed to me right from the start. For example, those of you who’ve read my first YA novel, Jump When Ready, know that despite it being a fairly short novel (around 260 pages) it still deals with a number of weighty issues such as life, death, the afterlife and, of course, reincarnation. No one on Doctor Who (to the best of my knowledge) ever references reincarnation directly but the concept is certainly represented with the idea that the doctor regenerates every so often. Sure, this keeps giving the show itself a reboot but for the character there’s the idea that he both lives many lives but never actually himself survives regeneration. No doctor is the same as the last one but...

Blog tour coming soon!

The BookNerds Blog tour for Streetlights Like Fireworks will be kicking off soon! There will be deals and there will be prizes (after all, this is a blog tour). This is going to be fun! Stay tuned…    ...