Available for Review: Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving

Available in PDF format and a limited number of print copies. Please email me at ccmal(at)charter(dot)net.

Being Interviewed at One Writer’s Journey on August 5th!

I’m being interviewed at Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz’s blog tomorrow, where I’ll be talking about my children’s picture book, Little Shepherd.

Obed is in the hills outside Bethlehem when the angels appear to announce the Savior’s birth. Can he trust that the miracle of the first Christmas will keep his flock safe while he visits . . . → Read More: Being Interviewed at One Writer’s Journey on August 5th!

Interviewed at Through His Eyes on Saturday, July 23rd!

Dear Friends,

I wanted to let you know that I’ll be interviewed tomorrow at Salena Stormo’s lovely blog, Through His Eyes. I’m so thrilled to be there. I hope you’ll join me while I spend the weekend at this wonderful blog.

I’m sure she would appreciate some followers too.

Blessings to all!

. . . → Read More: Interviewed at Through His Eyes on Saturday, July 23rd!

Little Shepherd Virtual Book Tour 2011 Coming in November and December!

I will be taking Little Shepherd on a virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book in November and December. I am looking for appropriate blogs to host me during my tour. Christian fiction bloggers, Mommy bloggers, and those blogs run by churches or Christian schools are of high interest. If you’re interested, please leave . . . → Read More: Little Shepherd Virtual Book Tour 2011 Coming in November and December!

Interviewed at It Only Takes a Mustard Seed to Make a Dream Grow

Stop on over at Joanne Troppello’s blog, It Only Takes a Mustard Seed to Make a Dream Grow, and read our interview about Little Shepherd and my writing. I would love to hear from you.

You can find the interview at http://joannetroppello.weebly.com/1/post/2011/05/interview-with-author-cheryl-malandrinos.html

Little Shepherd is available at:

Amazon Barnes and Noble Guardian Angel Publishing . . . → Read More: Interviewed at It Only Takes a Mustard Seed to Make a Dream Grow