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Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer

My guest today, Tracy Borgmeyer and her science-themed middle grade books are of particular interest to me because I have a daughter (who’s fifteen now) who actually loves science and is thinking of focusing on it in some way when she goes off to college in a few years. She would have gone bananas for… Continue reading Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer

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Q&A With Children’s Author Cindy Murray

Today I’d like to introduce middle grade author Cindy Murray. I especially loved learning about Cindy’s work since she’s a fellow Southern Californian. Her busy school-visiting schedule is inspiring, as is the wonderful feedback she receives from students and teachers. I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading about her adventure trilogy. Q. Hi Cindy. Please tell us… Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author Cindy Murray

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Q&A With Children’s Author Wendy Hobbs

Q: Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. How long have you been writing? How did you get started? A: I live in Cardiff, UK and I gave up my career as a property lawyer to follow my dream of becoming a writer. My book, The Spell of Pencliff, is based… Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author Wendy Hobbs