Friday, January 22, 2010

The Circle of Friends


L. Diane Wolfe's January newsletter is out. If you subscribe to her newsletter, you'll see that I am her Special Feature. Thank you, Diane. if you don't subscribe, you should. Here's a little of what you'll find this month:

News & Updates 

Book V of The Circle of Friends series will soon be out. Would you like to get a copy a month early? Well, you can. She's having a contest. To see how you can win, visit her blog at Circle of Friends.

You also can find where Diane will be appearing next.



Doesn't Book V - Heather look great?

Oh, yes. Here's a little about me.

When Beverly was a child, she hated to read. Even though her eighth-grade teacher sent her poem "Stars" to a high school anthology, and it was published in Young America Sings, she hated to write. In spite of her rocky relationship with books, she attended Midwestern University, graduated, and became a teacher. Reading Dr. Seuss and other great children's books to her sons and to her students made her realize what she'd been missing: reading was fun. Now, she reads and she also writes. Her stories and articles have been published in leading children's magazines. One article was reprinted in a Scott Foresman PreK/K Anthology. Her "Breakthrough" article appeared in the June 2007 issue of Writer Magazine. She has four novels published: Listen to the Ghost, Secrets I Have Kept, Rebel in Blue Jeans, and Just Breeze. Six more of her stories are under contract.

Beverly lives in the country with her husband and cat, where deer, skunks, and armadillos occasionally visit. Her three sons are grown and have given her lovely grandchildren.

Have a super weekend, everyone.

5 comments:

  1. Thank you, Beverly! Whaqt a nice surprise. Be sure to check my blog on Monday for your guest appearance.

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  2. Hi, Diane. I enjoyed writing about you and wish you the best with your books. Will check on Monday.

    Bev

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  3. That's funny L. Diane didn't like to read when she was younger and now she is an author. You never know what path your life is going to take.

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  4. I learned a few things about Diane here. Great post. The most important thing I learned is that she has a newsletter!

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  5. Mm, that's Beverly that didn't like to read when she was a child, Tribute Books. I guess I should have made it clearer. Sorry. You're right about never knowing the path your life will take. Thanks for stopping by.

    Hi Terry Lynn. I'm glad you learned a little about L. Diane.

    Bev

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