Monday, June 09, 2014

Get to Know Maddie Evans

Today we're doing a little something different. We're getting to know this girl...




...a little better. I recently sat down with Maddie Evans, star of 30 Days of No Gossip, to ask her a little more about her bad gossiping habit. Check it out on Sher A Hart's blog, Written Art.

30 comments:

  1. Looks like a cute book!

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  2. she's almost as cute as my avatar is :)

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  3. Getting to know away I go

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  4. I will check this out!

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  5. I checked it out on Sher A Hart's blog. Nice cover for your book:) I am so intrigued by the book's hook! Good luck with your wonderful MG book:)

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  6. It's something we can all relate to! I'll bet there are plenty of boys who could benefit from the book as well!

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  7. I like it that she seemed to learn that gossip is not always that good and can hurt. Loved reading your interview

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  8. I'd never make it for 30 days. Perhaps a couple of days, but not 30. Sounds like a fun read.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  9. Sounds like a great read. I will check this out. Thanks!

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  10. Hey, Stephanie, thanks for guest posting for me. You are officially awesome! I'm going to a MWF schedule for the summer, so here's the permalink to your post for those who visit after Tuesday. http://sherahart.blogspot.com/2014/06/30-days-of-no-gossip-character-interview.html
    You're also second on the link list at Shannon Messenger's blog.
    Woot!

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  11. Great idea! Such a cute interview.

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  12. I'm heading over to read your character interview now. I hope you're not too hard on her, I think we all know how tough it can be not to gossip ;)

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  13. Great interview Stephanie... I think we can all learn about how gossip can hurt...

    Have a great day ;-)

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  14. I'll have to head on over.

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  15. Just left you a message over there. Your book passes along a wonderful message to treat people better. Good for you.

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  16. I saw the post at Sher Harts. Congratulations, Stephanie.

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  17. Sounds like an awesome book.

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  18. I loved reading this, Stephanie. It was such a clever way to portray an important issue; there is always negativity in gossip. Maddie seems to have showed the readers that you can still talk to people, but you don't necessarily have to gossip about them. Being a product of bullying myself, I can totally relate to this topic. I really wish you the best of luck with your book. I'm going to add it to my summer reading and get a review up as soon as my author visits finish up for the year. I really believe in lessons and books such as yours.

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  19. I checked out the other blog but because of the background I was having to move the curser to read the content and found it a bit inconvenient.

    I hope the book does what it's supposed to do. Gossiping behind someone's back will usually come back to haunt the gossiper.

    It looks like a good life lesson.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  20. Love the cover, and I will go check it out :)

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  21. This interview is adorable and I think this is a book my almost middle school Grandkiddo would enjoy! I'm excited to get it! Love the cover. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  22. Thank you, yaya. That's the dream! I do these and never know if anyone is ever inspired to actually read the book (or pass it on to a child or grandchild) or not. It makes my heart smile to hear someone found it interesting enough to check it out!

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  23. Neat subject. liked the intervieww and congratulations, and wishing you the most success!!

    Thanks for stopping by the Shipslog'
    jack

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  24. I enjoyed reading about Maddie; she seemed like she had a good head on her hair to want to try to go 30 days without gossip so she could keep her friendship with Vi.

    great interview!

    betty

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  25. I love Sher A. Hart's blog- so I am off to check this out. :)

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