Books make wonderful gifts. And if you're looking for suggestions, this month's newsletter contains book recommendations from three authors who have been guests on the podcast: Susan Yawn Tanner, Deb Richardson-Moore and Sally Handley. You'll also want to check out their podcast interviews (#126, #133 and #131, respectively) to learn more about these authors and their own amazing books.
My young adult series, The Elixir Vitae Adventures, is now complete! The fifth and final book, Mortem, is now available in paperback and ebook. Writing this series was such an adventure.
Have a "To Be Read" pile of books? We have recommendations for more books to add to the stack in this month's newsletter
Check out my online conversation with renowned author Chris Crutcher as part of the Jacksonville Public Library's Teen Lit Chat series. Chris and I discuss his writing journey and his experience with banned books. All of his books have been challenged or banned at some point during his career. Chris discusses why that is...and why his books have meant so much to his readers.
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Looking for great books to give as gifts this upcoming holiday season? Why not try some of the books written by the fabulous authors who have visited The Bookshop at the End of the Internet?
Check out the October Newsletter from The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Three of our guest authors -- Liz Tolsma, Valerie Bolling and Nancy B. Kennedy -- are sharing their book recommendations. Learn more about these talented authors and their own wonderful books by listening to their podcast episodes (#77, 80 and 79, respectively).
** Sending my apologies to Donna Schlachter. I misspelled there name in the newsletter. I know there's a second "h," but I missed it on my review. I'm so sorry, Donna! **
** Sending my apologies to Marc Cavella. I misspelled the title of his debut novel, Tabernacle, in the newsletter. It's such a great title, and I'm so sorry for the error. **
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Check out the August 2020 Newsletter from The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Three of our authors -- Kathleen Lopez, Kella Campbell and Nicole Saunders -- are sharing their book recommendations with you! Listen to their podcast episodes (#32, #34 and #31, respectively) to learn more about these wonderful authors. You'll want to add their own books to your TBR pile as well!
I recently wrote a blog post (titled, Just Think of All Those Stories...) for the Amelia Island Book Festival regarding my experience participating in their Authors in Schools program.
In 2019, I spent the day at West Nassau High School discussing my book, Sycamore Lane, with the students and teachers. It was an honor to be involved in the AIS program and to write the article for the AIBF website.
You can read my post here and learn more about this wonderful Authors in Schools program. Thank you, AIBF, for allowing me to be a part of your efforts to get kids and teens reading.