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Q&A and Giveaway with Claudie Arseneault! #IndieAthon


As #IndieAthon comes closer to end, I was lucky enough host a Q&A with Claudie Arseneault, author of various works such as the City of Spires series and Viral Airwaves. I will leave the links to Claudie’s pages down below if you would like to check them out! Now onto the Q&A!

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Q&A with Steven Salmon!

q and a with steven salmon.pngSteven Salmon is an author with severe Cerebral palsy.  His two books published this year are It’s A New Life!  Mom Is Gone and A Very New Day.  Steven uses Morse code to write since he is unable to use his hands. Check out my review for A Very New Day here and Steven’s website and links to his books are below.

Steven’s Website     My Review of A Very New Day

It’s A New Life! Mom Is Gone     –      Amazon UK     Goodreads

A Very New Day     –     Amazon UK     Goodreads

And now, for the Q&A!

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A Very New Day by Steven Salmon – BOOK REVIEW #DiverseReads #OwnVoices

steven salmon.pngLinks to:     Goodreads      Amazon       Steven Salmon’s Website

A Very New Day by Steven Salmon tells the story of 13 year old Rich as he starts his first day at a ‘regular’ mainstream school. He never thought this day would come – he has cerebral palsy and relies on an electric wheelchair and uses morse code using his head to write, as he is unable to use his hands. This short story follows Rich’s first day at school, where we get an insight into what it’s like living with cerebral palsy, the problems that arise and the friends and teachers he meets whilst at school, who help him realise that anything is possible.

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