Posts Tagged ‘Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore’
It’s Thanksgiving in Canada and I have so much to be thankful for. My family, my friends, my health and a wonderful place to live, to name a few. I am also extremely thankful to everyone who has supported my writing endeavours.
It has been ten days since Amanda on the Danube has been released and things have been going great! I was pleased to see an article about the book in The Delta Optimist.
DAVE WILLIS / DELTA OPTIMIST
OCTOBER 7, 2016 12:00 AM
Children’s author Darlene Foster has added another entry to her travel adventure series.
Amanda on the Danube: The Sounds of Music follows the 12-year-old main character on an adventure with her best friend Leah aboard an elegant riverboat along Europe’s second-longest river.
“It is a fast-paced, fun and intriguing story with some European history tucked in,” says Foster, who has a book launch event scheduled for next month at Albany Books in Tsawwassen.
The title marks the fifth entry into this series and Foster says she thinks it’s the best one yet.
Read more here
Amanda on the Danube is also the book of the week on Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore
Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Book of the Week – Amanda on the Danube – The Sounds of Music by Darlene Foster
Today my chosen book is another adventure for Amanda, an ordinary Canadian teenager, who has travelled the world from Arabia to Alberta via Spain and England. Author Darlene Foster now crafts a new adventure as Amanda finds herself on the Danube helping a homeless young musician.
Read more here and add a comment if you wish. Sally’s blog site is chock full of interesting and inspiring information. She is an amazing person and does so much to promote us struggling authors. You may want to follow her blog, you won’t be sorry.
I am so thankful I met Sally through the wonderful world of blogging.
What are you thankful for?