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Indie Author Friday: Darlene Foster #IndieAuthor #ChildrensBooks @supermegawoman

Posted on: April 29, 2017

Today I am a guest on Teri Polen´s blog. Check out my answers to her great questions.

Books and Such

We’re changing it up today on Indie Author Friday.  Darlene Foster is sharing her exciting collection of children’s travel adventure books.  Join Amanda as she journeys around the world and experiences new cultures and a few mysteries.  Aren’t these covers beautiful?

Twelve year old Amanda Ross finds herself on an elegant riverboat with her bestie, Leah, cruising down the beautiful Danube, passing medieval castles, luscious green valleys and charming villages. When she is entrusted with a valuable violin by a young, homeless musician during a stop in Germany, a mean boy immediately attempts to take it from her.

Back on their cruise, Amanda struggles to keep the precious violin safe for the poor prodigy. Along the way, she encounters a mysterious monk, a Santa Claus look-alike, and the same nasty boy.

Follow Amanda down the Danube, through Germany, Austria and Hungary, as she enjoys the enchanting sounds of music everywhere…

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20 Responses to "Indie Author Friday: Darlene Foster #IndieAuthor #ChildrensBooks @supermegawoman"

Always a delight to learn more about you and your writing Darlene. I love the book covers too!

Thanks! My publisher did a fabulous job of designing those covers!

You can’t help but love Amanda, a spunky and kind girl!

Thanks, Christa. Glad that comes through.

Great interview. I left a comment.

Nice to read more about you Darlene, I’ve been over and left a comment.

Thanks for the comment!

Love to see your work featured…!!

Great questions and answers. Your friend sure loves you – and we blogging friends do too. xo

Thanks! I feel the love and am sending it back!!

That’s a marvelous post, Darlene. So glad you shared it here. Hugs.

Thanks for stopping by my blog Teagan!

Nice interview and I’m intrigued about that custard-filled bar.

You would love a Nanaimo bar. I left the recipe in the comments of Teri’s post. But I can send it to you if you’d like.

That’s great, thanks Darlene, I see it on Teri’s blog.

Darlene, thanks for joining us and sharing this at the Salon.

You are very welcome, Bernadette!

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