Author Archives: lindacovella

About lindacovella

I am an author of fiction for tweens and teens.

10 Questions with Author Rich Bullock

Today I welcome author Rich Bullock. Rich loves to read and write adventure stories. In his writing, he puts regular people into dangerous situations that change their lives forever. Interestingly, all his main characters are female. LC: Welcome, Rich! When … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Author Dianne Marie Andre

Today, Dianne Marie Andre answers “10 Questions” about her writing. Dianne, a writer of women’s fiction, delves into the hearts of her characters with inspiring stories you’ll find in her novels, articles, and essays. Linda Covella: Welcome, Dianne! When and … Continue reading

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Good News Stories: Abandoned Korean Children Reunited

In 1984 in Seoul, South Korea, a two-year-old boy was found abandoned on the steps of a theater. The theater manager brought him to the local police station. The boy was named Hong Ki Hong after the theater manager. On that … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Author NA Cauldron

Today I welcome author N.A. Cauldron to answer 10 Questions about her writing. N.A. writes books for all ages. Her author bio: While fantasy and science fiction usually pique her interest; humor, character conflict, and smart aleck dialogue are her … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Author Bokerah Brumley

Today, author Bokerah Brumley answers the 10 Questions about her writing. Bokerah writes in a variety of genres, including steampunk and fantasy. Her shorter works have appeared in several anthologies. Linda Covella: When and why did you decide to become … Continue reading

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Book Feature and a Recipe!

Thank you, Kristy Tate and kristystories.blogspot.com for featuring my book The Castle Blues Quake today! The post includes a recipe for delicious Fruit Clafouti. The main character in the book, Pepper, loves to cook, which she learned from her chef parents. … Continue reading

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10 Questions with Author Krysten Lindsay Hager

Let’s welcome author Krysten Lindsay Hager who writes novels for tweens and young adults. Krysten has won numerous awards for her writing, and her work has appeared in many publications including USA Today. Linda Covella: Hi, Krysten. I’m so happy … Continue reading

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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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