I'm participating in a childrens' writer panel discussion Sunday June 7th at 3:00pm at the San Mateo County Fair, Literary Stage. It should be fun. Please join us! More info
Prudence Breitrose, who writes the Mousenet series and Anita Volta , writer of Patulous, a story about a caterpillar will also be weighing in.
San Mateo County Fair, Literary Arts
Also check out the California Writers Club website which offers a complete roster of what will happen when on the literary stage.

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About Ambril’s Tale

Kirkus Review for Ambril’s Tale, The Return of the Dullaith. Normal teenagers are thrust into a world of magic in this heartfelt, occasionally hair-raising story for the Harry Potter set. Walter’s debut novel, the first in a planned series, is.
Ambril’s Tale is a wonderfully inventive fantasy that is accessible to adults, particularly if they have opinions on angry bicycles and bad-tempered garden gnomes. The story revolves around a mysteriously gifted teen by the name of Ambril who must come.
Ambril’s Tale is a simply delightful new novel! The story line and characters are incredibly creative, and really set this book apart from other fantasy novels available today. I couldn’t put it away, and stayed up all night reading it!.