Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The Fifth Codex Book Launch

The book launch for The Fifth Codex Tuesday evening at Barnes and Noble in Vernon Hills was a great success. Great fun was had by all.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The Fifth Codex

Please join me this coming Tuesday, October 18th at Barnes and Noble in Vernon Hills IL at 7 pm for a very special event-the launch of my newest novel, The Fifth Codex. There will be a free drawing to win an original spray painting that was originally commissioned for a possible book cover. If time permits, I will also read parts of this new exciting adventure novel, the first of a three book series. The fun starts at 7pm, hope to see you there.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The Fifth Codex

Sorry for the delays, but The Fifth Codex should be available soon. I will post the official release date as soon as I get it.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Abundance of Books Wanderland Review.

Sarah S. at Abundane of Books Blog has given a wonderful review on Wanderland. Abundance of Books is a marvelous blogsite that does author interviews and reviews. Please take the time to visit the site, I'm sure you will enjoy the visit.

My Thoughts:
I don't know why I don't read more historical fiction; I always end up loving every historical YA I read. And Wanderland was no exception.

This is the perfect young boy adventure story. There are pirates, wizards, battles on the high seas, and treasure hunts. The novel was fast-paced, action-packed, and fun. Chen's adventures are exciting, but not so far-fetched that they are unbelievable. My pirate-loving nephew would totally be in to this story. Robert created the right mix of self-discovery and adventure for young boys. Chen is an excellent role model as well. He isn't perfect and struggles to find his place, but in the end he figures out who he is and is able to save the day.

Robert did an excellent job of making you feel like you were sailing the seas with a crew from the Ming Dynasty. Not only did it feel historically accurate, but also cultural accurate -- which is so very important in historical fiction. Nothing felt out of place; the dialog even felt historically correct (although I have no idea how a boy from the Ming Dynasty would speak).

Overall it was a fun read that I think would be a perfect book for young reluctant reader boys.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Abundance of Books Interview

Please join me at blog Abundance of Books at
on April 20th to view my interview with Sarah Schmalzer about my novel Wanderland. Abundance of Books is the first stop on what I hope to be a fun blog tour.

Robert Bresloff to visit Gavin South JHS in Ingleside IL

On Friday April 29th, I will be at Gavin South JHS in Ingleside IL. I will be talking to the students about the importance of reading the classics and previewing my newest release The Fifth Codex, due out at booksellers on May 17th.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Fifth Codex and the Sylvan Book Adventure Program

I'm very proud to announce that, The Fifth Codex has just been accepted by the Sylvan Book Adventure program. It will join The Wee Musketeers which is already in the program.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Robin and the Little Hoods

"Robin and the Little Hoods" my next installment in Hungry Goat's "Get Into The Classics" series is available for presales on Here's a brief synopsis for the exciting follow up to "The Wee Musketeers."

In book 2 of the series Grandpa Max and the boys take another magical trip into one of the great classic books Robin Hood. This time Bobby, Fritzy and Keith are joined by their new friend, Judy the new kid in Sky Harbor, where the boys live. Once they arrive in Sherwood Forest, it isn t long before the kids manage to disrupt things and change the story. With the help of Robin Hood, Little John, Maid Marian, Will Scarlet, Friar Tuck and the Merry Men of Sherwood, our heroes set out to fix the book.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

The Fifth Codex by Robert Bresloff

The Fifth Codex by Gauthier Publishing is due out in stores on May 17th. It is now available for presales at and Here’s a brief synopsis:

At Tulum, a Mayan archeological site in the Yucatan peninsula, Richard Woodson, a well-known archeologist, and his sixteen-year-old apprentice, Pedro a native Mayan, find a journal that had been hidden in the ruins for hundreds of years. Woodson discovers that the journal had been written by Gonzalo Guerrero, the first Spaniard to live among the Maya in the Yucatan Peninsula. As Pedro and Woodson translate the document they realize that Guerrero had stumbled onto something that he could not have possibly understood. At first the mystery appeared to be the existence of an ancient lost city. But what Woodson and Pedro discovered was the existence of a rare codex (book)—The Fifth Codex—and set out to find it.

The Wee Musketeers and The Sylvan Book Adventure

The Wee Musketeers is now part of the Sylvan Book Adventure. Kids in the Sylvan program can read the book and take a quiz to win points. We are really proud to have been selected to be in this program.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The Wee musketeers Is Now Available on

The Wee Musketeers is now available as a download at