The Great Thirst is almost complete! Here's a snippet from Part Six: “David, where are you?” Drew’s voice came over David’s satellite phone, scratchy and indistinct. He had been out to the village again with a small team, trying to be sure the cartel was not looking for the expedition or questioning the shooting incident. … Continue reading The Great Thirst Part Six — Protected is now live! And Part Seven is in pre-order!
Writing fiction for and/or about children (roughly eight to fifteen years of age) is a tricky business. It is easy to appeal to their vivid imaginations, their need to be "special," accepted by peers, to become independent of adults, and to explore relationships with the opposite sex. None of these popular topics for children's books … Continue reading Historical Fiction for the Young and the Young Adult
Two bloggers recently conducted e-mail interviews with Mary on the Young Adult Medieval Historical Fiction Novel Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion. Here are the links! Thank you to these readers and writers for their support! http://rai29bookreadnreview.blogspot.com/2011/09/author-interview-mary-c-findley.html http://www.spencerbrokaw.com/2011/09/interview-with-mary-findley.html