Author Archives: lindacovella

About lindacovella

I am an author of fiction for tweens and teens.

#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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10 Questions: Author Rachel Rossano

Today I welcome author Rachel Rossano who lets us into her writing world by answering the “10 Questions.” Rachel is a prolific author who writes in a variety of genres. She says “she endeavors to enchant, thrill, entertain, and amuse … Continue reading

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10 Questions: Author S M (Sandy) Spencer

Today I’m pleased to welcome author Sandy Spencer (pen name S M Spencer). Sandy lives in beautiful Australia with, as she describes, her “husband, horses, cats and dogs–not to mention the kangaroos that share the paddocks with the horses from … Continue reading

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10 Questions: Author Julie Gilbert

I’m very happy to welcome Julie Gilbert to my  inaugural launch of “10 Questions” author interviews, which will post every Wednesday (possibly more often). Julie writes in a wide range of genres, including Children’s and Young Adult, science fiction, fantasy, poetry, … Continue reading

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My Passion for Writing and Cooking

  I’ve always loved to write. I remember my “what I did for summer vacation” assignment in 3rd grade that turned into a multi-page story with illustrations. And from there, I continued to write in journals, take creative writing classes, … Continue reading

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The Nameless Soldier by Annie Douglass Lima

The Nameless Soldier is book 4 in the Annals of Alasia young adult fantasy series. Haven’t read all (or any) of the others? That’s okay! The books can be read in any order, and each one can stand on its … Continue reading

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Good News Blog Fest: A Reward for Kindness #WATWB

It’s time for another We Are the World Blogfest #WATWB, started by Damyanti Biswas. In light of all the tragic, political, warring news we typically hear from around the world, Damyanti Biswas asked bloggers to highlight a news story that … Continue reading

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