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If you could have one paranormal ability, what would it be?
I do have paranormal abilities. I speak to dead people.
What is one thing your readers would be most surprised to learn about you?
That I speak to dead people. I studied with some of the great mediums over the pandemic and have been endorsed by a significant medium.
When writing descriptions of your hero/ine, what feature do you start with?
Usually one thing, like glasses, or thin arms. I look for one thing that will be indelible for the reader.
Are you a plotter or a pantser?
Panster all the way.
Did you learn anything from writing this book? If so, what?
I learned that we can learn a lot from kids if we listen.
The prestigious academy is recruiting the best of the best to enroll in its student body.
The school is as mysterious as it is exclusive.
Grady Whill thinks there is nothing special about him to make the grade.
However, his best friend, Aarush Patel has been selected and thinks Grady has the right stuff.
Even school bully Elwood Bledsoe is attending.
If Grady is fortunate enough to be picked, his guardian has forbidden him to attend.
Will a family secret prevent Grady from becoming the superhero he was destined to be?
Read an Excerpt
I’d like to say that life improved, but I’d be telling you a lie. Elwood Bledsoe continued to bully Aarush. While Aarush constantly cautioned me to rein in my reaction to him, I could not. It landed me in two more detentions, and the last one finally cost me my job at the supermarket where I bagged groceries.
“You’re coming for dinner,” Aarush informed me one afternoon.
I shook my head. “Can’t.”
Aarush neatly packed his brown bag with unfinished food and said, “You have to come over. You’re not working. Tonight they are announcing the winners of the Find My Power Essay on television. Devon Neely has to win. Imagine losing your sight and learning— ”
“Aarush, they’ll never accept a blind kid.”
“They took that girl Lydia,” he blurted.
They had indeed.
“She’s not blind,” he retorted.
I raised my eyebrow. She hardly looked like someone people expected to make it into the Temple. All I could recall was she seemed most unremarkable. Most of the kids who were accepted had a rare talent. They could run the fastest or do math without a pen or paper. I couldn’t remember what made her special.
About the Author:
Her best-selling book, The Big Book of Silly Jokes for Kids: 800+ Jokes! has reached number one on Amazon in March of 2020 and has remained in the top 200 books since then.
She published Mindfulness for Kids with J. Robin Albertson-Wren.
Carole has co-authored two self-help books. Navigating Indieworld: A Beginners Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing with Julie A. Gerber, and Marketing Indieworld with both Julie A. Gerber and Angela Hausman.
Roman is the CEO of a global transportation company, as well as a practicing medium.
She also writes adult fiction under the name Brit Lunden and has created an anthology of the mythical town of Bulwark, Georgia with a group of indie authors.
Writing is her passion and one of her favorite pastimes. Roman reinvents herself frequently, and her family calls her the 'mother of reinvention.' She resides on Long Island, near her children and grandchildren.
Website - http://www.caroleproman.com/
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Twitter - https://twitter.com/caroleproman
Blog - http://caroleproman.blogspot.com/
Amazon Author Page - https://www.amazon.com/Carole-P-Roman/e/B008ZOXI0W
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Thanks for hosting me!!ReplyDelete
Great interview, Carole, I enjoyed the excerpt and your book sounds like a great book to add the kids stockings this year!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it with me and have a magical holiday season!
Looks like an interesting book.ReplyDelete