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Interview with Denver Kidd, author of Bubbles and Buddy!

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Today I’m happy to bring you the interview with Denver Kidd, author of Bubbles and Buddy! Please enjoy!

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Vincent Lowry

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Big and Small in the Mirror by Mary Feliciani

Friends Carlo and Marco learn the effects of bullying on their self-images and that positive relationships help them grow.

A discussion page appears at the end of the story to help foster a deeper understanding of the issue of bullying, and to put the story in perspective. The author creates empathy for the victims while at the same time showing that bullies don’t feel good about themselves.

Big and Small in the Mirror is the first of a trilogy of books about bullying that happens at school. The author uses the same characters and setting as The Magic Leaf — Carlo and Marco in a small Italian town named Roseto. Each book will focus on a different aspect of bullying.

About the Author:
Mary Feliciani is a Canadian author, independent publisher and an elementary school teacher. She attended UTM where she studied psychology and still lives in Mississauga, Ontario. Mary’s background in psychology, work with children and passionate interest in the human condition, which stems back as far as she can remember, are all evident in her writing.

 

 

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Interview with Jocelyn Soriano, author of The Good For Nothing Boy!

Hello, I’m please to bring you the next interview on the E-author blog: Jocelyn  Soriano, author of The Good For Nothing Boy! 
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Vincent Lowry 
1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?
I’m Jocelyn Soriano.  I’m a resident of Australia but I’m currently in the Philippines.
2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?
My latest work is a children’s book entitled “The Good For Nothing Boy”.
3) What is the book about?

“The Good for Nothing Boy” is a coming of age story about a boy who wanted to know his name and his true worth. Together with his firefly friend, they would venture into magical lands and meet extraordinary creatures while learning priceless wisdom along the way and bringing inspiration to all of those he meets.

4) Where did you come up with the idea?

“The Good For Nothing Boy” is a story about searching for one’s worth and one’s purpose. I remember the times I felt like the boy in the story, not knowing what I’m really good at and not knowing my mission in life. I often felt as though I’m not good enough. I guess the idea for the book came up at the time when I was searching for my own worth.

5) How long did it take you to write it?
I honestly do not remember how long it took me to write it because I have written it about two decades ago.  It was only recently that I have decided to publish it.
6) Did you learn anything from the project?
Yes, but then it would have to be a SPOILER for the book!
7) Do you have an author website and/or blog?
The website I have maintained for more than ten years is http://itakeoffthemask.com/
8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?
Perseverance is the key.  And you really have to go the extra mile.
9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?
I read a variety of genres.  Aside from children’s books, I also enjoy inspirational, Christian/Catholic, fantasy, mystery, romance and self-help books.
10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?
The Holy Bible.  Aside from that, I can say it’s “The Silmarillion” by J.R.R.Tolkien.

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