January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #12 Lory Linn


Lory

Lory Linn is an author living along the coast of South Carolina. She has considered herself a writer since she was old enough to hold a pencil. As a child, she was always creating something new and as an adult, she studied the craft. She started as a freelance writer eventually becoming a published author. She created her Adventures of Little Kora Jane series based on her own granddaughter and her stuffed cat Meow. She considers herself a multi-genre author but her favorite is creating children’s stories. See a pic and more info here: https://lwrites4you.wixsite.com/lorylinn
and here: https://littlekorrajane.com/

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January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #11 Beffy Parkin

Beffy Parkin

Indie author of the Charlie Cheese Books series, and the upcoming The Macroodelzig. Beffy has been writing since 2015, whilst working in a preschool, she made up wacky and funny stories with the children, and decided to have them published! She writes many things, but mostly children’s books. 

Link to Amazon page

January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #10 Tracy K

Tracy K

Tracy Kauffman is a young adult and children’s book author from Alabama. She writes stories stories to inspire and edify her young readers. Her first book: Southern Adventures was published by Tate Publishing. It was a story of her childhood. Her newest story Captain Honeybear is about a young bear who serves as the forest superhero rescueing damsels in distress. 

Other Works include: Southern Attraction, Gwendolyn’s Wish, My Boyfriend the Squire.

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/TracyKauffmanFictionAuthor/

January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #9 Linda Covella

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Linda Covella

Linda Covella’s varied background and education have led her down many paths, but one thing she never strayed from is her love of writing.

In writing for kids and teens, she hopes to bring to them the feelings books gave her when she was a child: the worlds they opened, the things they taught, the feelings they expressed.

Linda has been a member of the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) since 2002.

She lives in Santa Cruz, CA with her husband, Charlie, and dog, Ginger

Linda’s page at
https://lindacovella.com/

January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #8 JERRY CRAFT

Jerry Craft
Jerry

JERRY CRAFT is an author and illustrator who has worked on numerous picture books, graphic novels, and middle grade novels. His newest book, New Kid, is a middle grade graphic novel that has earned four starred reviews, including one from Booklist Magazine that called it “Possibly one of the most important graphic novels of the year.” Kirkus Reviews called it “An engrossing, humorous, and vitally important graphic novel that should be required reading in every middle school in America.”

Visithttp://jerrycraft.com/

January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #7 Charlie Bee

Charlie Bee
New youtube video

My mother and I have always loved writing childrens’ stories. We decided to get them out there in a very different way! All of our books can be viewed for free, via our YouTube channel, Storyvision Studios UK. 3 stories are available now and a brand new nursery rhyme. Our latest one will be ready in the next couple of days. My mother and I are both authors. I also illustrate, narrate, edit and produce the videos, all of which are set to music, some classical, which really helps to add suspense and depth. Two of our stories are ebooks, and shall be paperbacks very soon, afterwhich, they are to be sent to a top UK T.V. channel, as they have already viewed the story via our channel and love the content.
Ironically the book they love was rejected 4 times by agencies, (Mr. Sandmans’Amazing World of Dreams). We would love to hear from you! Best regards, Charlie Bee 

January Children’s Book Author Interview: Author #6 Cassie Miller

I am a 27 year old mother of two living in rural Alaska.
Instagram.com/cassie.millerauthor