In my new middle grade novel Chronicles From Château Moines Scott has moved from Santa Monica, California, to Château Moines, Normandy.
He has lost his mom, doesn’t speak fluent French, and doesn’t know anyone in town. His guitar, a gift from his beloved mom, is gathering dust in his new room, above an empty store.
When he plays the record Feelin’ Groovy, he admits not feeling groovy at all.
Unlike Scott, I feel groovy today.
Marcia has posted an interview about little me on her blog Bookin’ It.
Eight-year old Stacey, Scott’s sister, would say that it is far out.
Thank you so much, Marcia, for having me over.
If you stop by my blog, pay a visit to Marcia’s.
Among many other great things, her first novel Wake-Robin Ridge made the Amazon Top 100 Best Sellers list in Fiction/Ghosts category. Bravo, Marcia!
This afternoon, I also visited the middle school kids I met last week. This time we played a word game that I had prepared for them and we wrote around some prompts that I linked to my new novel’s topics.
And they taught me to play Apples to Apples, a fun word game I didn’t know.
Again, you always learn something when you spend time with new people.