Jamie Hope’s Second Lil Defenders Book Getting Great Reviews

Lil Defenders 2 Front Cover

Author Jaimie Hope’s long awaited book in The Lil Defenders series, The Lil Defenders: The Return of the Yellow Menace is getting amazing reviews. In spite of what adults may think, the theme of this book was intended to be teamwork.

“I’m sure both sides of the political aisle will think it’s a dig at them or will cheer thinking I’m on their side, but that was not what I had in mind when writing this book,” the author said. “My main objective for this series was teamwork. In the first book, the super kids had to work together amongst themselves to beat their enemy. In this book, kids and adults had to work together to defeat the super villain,” Hope added.

While you can read The Lil Defenders: The Return of the Yellow Menace without having read The Lil Defenders (Book 1), it is recommended that Book One is read first. Book Two picks up right where the first one ends and provides the backstory of how the original superheroes came into their powers.

The Lil Defenders have just beaten their first foes, but they know they still have work to do. Join them as they learn the story of their families’ superhero past and meet their next adversary, a super villain, the Yellow Menace.

The Lil Defenders: The Return of the Yellow Menace is available now on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1973972042)

Can Children and Adults Beat a Supervillain If They Work Together? One Author Thinks So

Lil Defenders 2 Front Cover

Author Jaimie Hope has announced the long awaited release of Book Two in The Lil Defenders series; The Return of the Yellow Menace. And in spite of what adults may think, the theme of this book was intended to be teamwork.

“I’m sure both sides of the political aisle will think it’s a dig at them or will cheer thinking I’m on their side, but that was not what I had in mind when writing this book,” the author said. “My main objective for this series was teamwork. In the first book, the super kids had to work together amongst themselves to beat their enemy. In this book, kids and adults had to work together to defeat the supervillain.” Hope added.

While you can read The Lil Defenders: The Return of the Yellow Menace without having read The Lil Defenders (Book 1), it is recommended that Book One is read first. Book Two picks up right where the first one ends and provides the backstory of how the original superheroes came into their powers.

The Lil Defenders have just beaten their first foes, but they know they still have work to do. Join them as they learn the story of their families’ superhero past and meet their next adversary, a super villain, the Yellow Menace.

The Lil Defenders: The Return of the Yellow Menace is available now on Amazon

Author Jaimie Hope is Holding a Contest and You Could Win

Halloween Costume Contest

Spring may have just sprung, but author Jaimie Hope is already planning ahead. No, she’s not just thinking about summer plans, she’s thinking even further than that. While most of the northeast portion of the United States was buried under two feet or more of snow, Jaimie Hope was plotting a new children’s book, with a Halloween theme. In February, Hope announced she would be releasing the eighth volume of The Adventures of Baby Jaimie series, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! in time for Halloween this year. On the surface that might sound rather boring and ordinary, but Hope assures it’s anything but. For those unfamiliar with the series, it focuses on a main character that has a physical disability and is based on the author’s own childhood.

“When I was growing up, the question of what I was going to be for Halloween was hard; second only to “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It was something that was pondered months in advance. Now, the Halloween experience for the disabled child seems to be going to a whole new level, year-long planning to come up with a costume that uses the necessary mobility aides.”

The author went on to explain that due to this new change, writing this latest book isn’t as easy as other books in the series. She is once again spending a great deal of time pondering the best Halloween costume option, though this time it isn’t for herself. She is completely stumped and is asking for the public’s help in choosing a Halloween costume for Baby Jaimie, so the author is holding a contest.

To enter:

Send your costume idea (with a picture if available) along with your name and the first name of your child (if entering on a child’s behalf) and email address to Back2BasicsPublishing@gmail.com.

Prize Package:

If your idea is chosen, you and your child will be characterized in the book,

You will receive:

A personalized autograph copy of The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! and bookmark

A The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! t-shirt

A The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! tote bag

All entries must be received no later than July 1st. The winner will be notified by email by Monday, July 3rd.

Jaimie Hope Needs Your Help for Her Next Book

Halloween Costume Contest

Spring may have just sprung, but author Jaimie Hope is already planning ahead. No, she’s not just thinking about summer plans, she’s thinking even further than that. While most of the northeast portion of the United States was buried under two feet or more of snow, Jaimie Hope was plotting a new children’s book, with a Halloween theme. In February, Hope announced she would be releasing the eighth volume of The Adventures of Baby Jaimie series, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! in time for Halloween this year. On the surface that might sound rather boring and ordinary, but Hope assures it’s anything but. For those unfamiliar with the series, it focuses on a main character that has a physical disability and is based on the author’s own childhood.

“When I was growing up, the question of what I was going to be for Halloween was hard; second only to “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It was something that was pondered months in advance. Now, the Halloween experience for the disabled child seems to be going to a whole new level, year-long planning to come up with a costume that uses the necessary mobility aides.”

The author went on to explain that due to this new change, writing this latest book isn’t as easy as other books in the series. She is once again spending a great deal of time pondering the best Halloween costume option, though this time it isn’t for herself. She is completely stumped and is asking for the public’s help in choosing a Halloween costume for Baby Jaimie, so the author is holding a contest.

To enter:

Send your costume idea (with a picture if available) along with your name and the first name of your child (if entering on a child’s behalf) and email address to Back2BasicsPublishing@gmail.com.

Prize Package:

If your idea is chosen, you and your child will be characterized in the book,

You will receive:

A personalized autograph copy of The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! and bookmark

A The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! t-shirt

A The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet! tote bag

All entries must be received no later than July 1st. The winner will be notified by email by Monday, July 3rd.

Author Jaimie Hope is Starting The Year Off With A Bang

Traveling Soldier

Traveling Soldier

Author Jaimie Hope is staging a comeback of sorts. Although she never really left the publishing community, she has maintained a low profile for the last couple years. Now, she’s back and more determined than ever. The author has announced that she will be releasing three books this year, two of which have been in the works for quite some time.

In April, Jaimie Hope’s company, Back To Basics Publishing, which was opened in 2014, will be releasing the first bilingual The Adventures of Baby Jaimie book. The author hopes to one day have the entire series published in multiple languages; but first up is The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Goes to School being translated into Japanese. The English translation also accompanies the Japanese version of the text making it a great tool for anyone wanting to learn either language.

The month of May will be Hope’s most ambitious month yet. Not only is she releasing the second book in the Lil Defenders series (May 13th), but she is also releasing her long-anticipated historical romance, Traveling Soldier. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the entire author’s Children’s book will be donated to The Laurita Spina Bifida Project.

Jaimie Hope was born in New York, but it wasn’t until high school, where she joined the newspaper staff that she decided she wanted to be a writer. After graduation, the author went to college and received an Associate’s degree in 1999. In 2002, she moved to Florida where she was an active volunteer in the local historical society and the Deltona Regional Library, which was the turning point for the author. In 2005, she started writing and hasn’t stopped.

In 2006, she moved back to New York where she released her first Children’s book, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie. Jaimie Hope now has books in multiple genres. They include children’s picture books, young adult romance, new adult romance, paranormal romance, and non-fiction.