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Amanda in Malta

Posted on: June 7, 2021

Continuing with the virtual book tour, Amanda in Malta is being featured on Michele Marcellino Somerville’s blog called the Beach Girl Chronicles. Michelle is from Pennsylvania, USA and blogs about the beach, her life, her dogs and her past. She is a fairly new blogger so pop on over, read an excerpt from Amanda in Malta and show her some blogging love. Thanks to everyone for following along with this tour.

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Doing something a little different today, by participating in a Virtual Book Tour to help promote author Darlene Foster’s newest book, Amanda in Malta. I hope you will check it out!

The Blurb:

Amanda receives a postcard from her best friend, Leah, and is surprised to learn that she is in Malta with her aunt. Reading between the lines, she senses Leah is in trouble. Desperate to help her, Amanda travels to Malta with her classmate Caleb and his parents.
Amanda is intrigued by this exotic island in the middle of the Mediterranean, full of colourful history, sun-drenched limestone fortresses, stunning beaches and fascinating birds. But…who is killing the protected birds? Who stole a priceless artifact from the museum? And why is Leah acting so strange? She couldn’t possibly be involved in these illegal activities, or could she?

Join Amanda and her friends as they visit ancient temples, an…

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12 Responses to "Amanda in Malta"

Sea shells appeal to me, so does Malta. I’ll check out the new blogger now. Thanks for the introduction, Darlene!

I imagine you collect seashells as I do. I look at them and recall the holiday. Thanks for visiting Michele’s blog.

Great books. Great cover. Love it!

Thanks, Christa. This has to be my favourite cover!!

Love all of the stops along the way on your virtual book tour and this one is no exception!! Congrats!!

Thanks so much, Kirt. It has been great that the bloggers participating have come from all over.

I love seashells too! One summer, we found a bunch of small cochlear ones. I brought them all home and have used them as part of a border to my flower bed interspersed with rocks.

I have seashells from all over the world. I love to hold them and recall the good times I had. I’m sure I’ll be collecting more soon. Thanks for the visit!

You’re having a great tour, Darlene. So fun to see your success. 🙂

This has worked out much better than I had anticipated. Thanks, Diane for following along.

sounds like such a beautiful place….would love to learn all about it’s culture and consider a visit someday….thanks for the tour Darlene…..

Thank you, Sophia. I do hope you get to visit one day.

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