Lost in London was reviewed in the December/January issue of Discovery Girls.

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Cindy Callaghan Signs Two-Book Deal With Simon & Schuster

Lost in London author Cindy Callaghan has signed a two-book deal with Simon & Schuster’s Aladdin M!x imprint, extending her relationship with the publisher who has already published three of her books.

The books will be destination titles similar to Lost in London. One will take place in Paris, and the other in Rome.

Read the full article here

Working Mother’s book picks

Lost in London earned a spot on Working Mother’s lists of Top Ten Stocking Stuffer Books for Moms and Kids and Seven Summer Books for Tweens and Teens

Chapter by Chapter with tween author Cindy Callaghan

This weekend, Hockessin Book Shelf owner Rebecca Dowling is opening up her store to what she hopes will be a whole new generation of avid readers and book buyers when she hosts novelist Cindy Callaghan for “An Afternoon with the Author.”

Read the rest of this writeup of one of my Delaware tour stops here.

YABookNerd Tween Tuesday Review: Lost In London

“I loved this book – it made me want to travel to London so badly.” Read the rest of her review here. Thanks, YABookNerd!

Kiss the Book approves

A short and sweet thumbs up to Lost in London from Kiss the Book here

GirlsLife’s pre-release post

GirlsLife posted a writeup and book trailer before Lost In London came out. They also hosted a giveaway! Thanks, guys! You can still watch the book trailer at GirlsLife.

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