Top Drawer News — Nothing Fishy Here

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Image source: Screenshot by HL Carpenter

Image source: Screenshot by HL Carpenter

Author Andy Mulberry was kind enough to feature us on her blog this week, and we had a great time discussing how important names are in our books. If you’ve wondered where Vandy Spencer, the hero of Walled In, got her name, we invite you to visit Andy’s blog and read the interview here.

Andy writes middle grade fiction that you won’t want to miss. And she’s offering a gift you won’t want to miss too–you can read the first book in her Skycastle series for free! Here’s the link to Skycastle, the Demon, and Me: Book 1 in the Skycastle series. Click on over and download your copy today.

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2 comments on “Top Drawer News — Nothing Fishy Here
  1. Gina says:

    I love reading new interviews with where I learn more good things about the two of you! I shared the pleasure of your interview to Facebook.

    • HL Carpenter says:

      Thank you, Gina! So exciting to learn you have a new book in beta read. Looking forward to the debut!