“You must write for children in the same way
as you do for adults, only better.” Maxim Gorky
A year ago I participated in an authors workshop at the Bookworm in Edwards, Colorado with the delightful author Lindsay Eland. She writes books for middle grade students.
Eland’s first book “Scones and Sensibility” has done very well. Even reading the book as an adult, I enjoyed it and the storyline kept me completely engaged. I was charmed by the voice used for the main character Polly Madassa. Click for info & order on Lindsay Elands publications
On September 24th, The Bookworm in Edwards, Colorado (an Indie Bound Bookstore) http://www.bookwormofedwards.com/ will be having a book signing for Eland’s second and newly released publication “A Summer of Sundays.”
The premise of the story is about a little girl, Sunday Fowler, who feels she is always looked over since she’s a member of a large family of six children. When she discovers a treasure in the basement of a library that her parents are renovating, the limelight suddenly turns in her direction. That is when things become a little different. With the discovery comes some decisions about whether fame is more important than other values.
Lindsay’s book has gotten an excellent review from the Teen Librarian’s Toolbox, to read more about it, please follow this link. http://bit.ly/1aoGEJp
Congratulations, Lindsay! I so enjoyed meeting you a year ago. Best Wishes for your second publication.
Left to right: Sue Leonard, founder of Cornerstone Fulfillment Service, LLC, author Lindsay Eland, The Bookworm of Edwards store co-owner, Nicole Magistro
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