Monthly Archives: August 2018

10 Questions: Interview with Author Denitta Ward

Today I welcome historical fiction author Denitta Ward to answer “10 Questions” about her writing. Denitta’s books have received rave reviews from Kirkus, Historical Novel Society, and others. She writes about “young women discovering their own resilience in times of … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Author Jane B. Night

Jane B. Night has a busy life working a full-time job and raising twin daughters. And she finds time to write with several published novels as well as some non-fiction titles. Here, Jane steps up and answers my “10 Questions” … Continue reading

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#MCRPop: The Little Bookstore That Could

This is such a cool and clever idea from Nathalie Mvondo and her blog, Multiculturalism Rocks! Please enjoy reading her blog post about her pop-up bookstore focusing on multicultural and bilingual children’s books. Multiculturalism Rocks! Humble beginnings. 💚 I didn’t … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Arthur Daigle

Today I welcome Arthur Daigle to my blog. With his degree in biology, he’s had an interesting career working at such places as a zoo, a wildlife foundation, and an arboretum. But his love of fantasy and science fiction, along … Continue reading

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10 Questions: Interview with Author Keith Guernsey

Today nonfiction author Keith Guernsey discusses his books that delve into his personal struggles and subsequent triumphs with his health, the importance of family, and…sports! Linda Covella: Welcome, Keith. I’m really happy to have you here today to share your … Continue reading

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10 Questions: Author Anne Perreault

Answering today’s “10 Questions” is author Anne Perreault. Anne has lived an exciting life, traveling and living in a variety places around the world since she was a young teen. This and her interesting careers are reflected in her writing. … Continue reading

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