My friend and local children’s author, Linda Covella, interviewed me about The Weaver’s Daughter and my writing process on her blog. Linda was the main organizer of the two local children’s author Book Fairs held at the Santa Cruz library in recent years. Please take a look at my interview and explore her blog.
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) is running an event called Bookstop. Books for children of all ages are featured on the pages with links to buy them. Perfect holiday gifts for any child in your life. Go to SCBWI.org to see all the books. If you want to see the page … More SCBWI Bookstop
AJ Adair, sister author with Desert Palm Press, invited me to write a guest post on her blog. It’s now up and running and you can take a look at my post as well as information about her books in a very different genre. Anyone who wants to be on my email list for future … More Guest Blog Post
I enjoyed this picture book and young children will too. The illustrations are wonderful. Mask and no mask versions in a flip format make the book appropriate for any time. It’s great to see the children able to get outside and play, in spite of the pandemic.
The Weaver’s Daughter is available in paperback and Kindle formats on Amazon. I just received word that the Santa Cruz Public Library system will also carry copies. You can help spread the word by asking your local library system and independent bookstore to carry the book. If you’ve read it, please post a review on … More Now On Amazon
The Weaver’s Daughter is now available to preorder at a discounted price from the publisher, Desert Palm Press. The book is scheduled to be released September 1, but if you order now you can get the special rate. I’d love for you to post a review here or on Goodreads or Amazon.
This is the beautiful cover image for my middle grade immigration story, The Weaver’s Daughter, coming out in September from Desert Palm Press.
I’ve signed on with local Desert Palm Press to publish The Weaver’s Daughter, my contemporary immigration story about Ixchel, a Maya girl from the Yucatan, who travels across the northern border of Mexico to find her father in Los Angeles. The book will be out by September. This will be a first for Desert Palm … More Exciting News
Children’s author and friend Linda Covella has posted an interview with me about my book Toto’s Tale and True Chronicle of Oz. It’s on her blog at lindacovella.com, along with many other author interviews she’s done.