I hope you’ll all join me today on a trip over to Alaska no less, for an interview that author, blogger and fellow WIPpeteer, Alana Terry has done with me. I’ve only known Alana for a few months since I joined in with WIPpet Wednesdays where each week writers post extracts of their work in progress. Alana is lovely and incredibly supportive and I have an idea that if we ever met in real life we’d get on very well.
Alana has written three books, A Boy Named Silas, which is about her tube fed son; a time travel children’s novel, What, No Sushi?; and The Beloved Daughter, a beautifully told and moving story about Chung-Cha, a young girl subjected to the horrors of a North Korean prison camp. I did an interview with Alana last month so if you’d like to find out more about her and her writing click here.
I had a really lovely surprise yesterday morning when I saw that The Butterfly Storm had been given its first 5* amazon review by Debbie Young, author, blogger and book promoter of Off the Shelf Book Promotions. To say the review made my day (and a miserable, rainy Monday at that) is an understatement. Not only that but it was followed by another 5* review yesterday evening and another one on amazon.com this morning!
You can find Alana’s interview with me here. Happy reading!