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Books Behind the Author – Darlene Foster

Posted on: September 13, 2014

Since I am the featured author on  Cassandra Giovanni Writer’s blog this month she has featured three of my books today.

She is also running a contest to win a copy of Amanda in Alberta – The Writing on the Stone. So head on over and enter!

Cassandra  says:  “I highly recommend picking up ALL of these novels!”

Books Behind the Author – Darlene Foster.

And for a great review on Amanda in Alberta –  The Writing on the Stone, check out Lynn Davidson’s blog Polilla Writes  (Did you know that Polilla means bookworm in Spanish? How cool is that!)

Lynn says:

If you haven’t met Amanda before, you’ll need to know she is a twelve-year-old, adventurous, travel-loving girl who seems to find mysteries wherever she goes. This time in Amanda in Alberta: The Writing on the Stone, not evening the one leaving home she still gets involved in a situation.

Read more here:

Book Review: Amanda in Alberta: The Writing on the Stone – by Darlene Foster.

 

Thank you so much Cassandra and Lynn! I am so grateful for the tremendous support from my blogging community. Without you I would just be a struggling author sitting in front of my computer wondering how to let the world know about my books. You all rock!!

 

 

9 Responses to "Books Behind the Author – Darlene Foster"

Your books sound DElightFUL. 🙂

Thanks! It’s good to see them all together like that.

She did such a lovely review of your books! Perfect for young readers.

Hello Darlene, as I was reading this, it occurred to me you might like to do a guest post on my blog. I’m not a writer (as you know) so I think it better to ask authors to do the writing! If you might be interested please click on the ‘guest posts’ link in the index on the right-hand side of my blog to see the kind of thing that works. Claudine did a lovely post about her childhood; S. P Moss went a little further and offered one of her books as a prize. All I ask is that the post is somehow connected to childhood, either your childhood or the childhood of one of your characters. Images are very important on my blog so it’s good to include some of you can – send them to me in jpeg form, and I can fit them in. Let me know if you might be interested, there is an email me button on my blog, or you can contact me through my book selling website http://www.marchhousebooks.com
I completely understand if you would rather not participate. Barbara.

I would absolutely love to be a guest on your blog. I’m off to visit my daughter but when I return I’ll contact you. Writing about childhood is my favourite topic. Thanks so much!

Lovely, thanks Darlene. Have a nice time with your daughter.

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