Today for “Feature Friday” let us welcome the wonderful Wanda Luthman and her children’s book Gloria and the Unicorn.
We will have info about the book and author plus a great interview with Wanda .
Make sure to check everything out and go and show her some support and her books some love and add them to your TBR 😉
Happy Reading 🙂
Gloria and the Unicorn is a story that will delight you as well as pull on your heart strings as Gloria struggles with her facial disfigurement and wanting to fit in. Gloria’s mother died at birth and her father gave her to Miss Libby, the owner of a children’s home. Miss Libby loves the little girl and feels protective of her. But, it’s not until Sir Louie, the unicorn, shows up that Gloria starts to believe in herself. She has a conflict at school and never wants to go back and then she finds herself in an even worse situation; she encounters the evil Wizards of Malcadore who want to kill her. She must decide if she will face her fear of certain death to save her friend, Sir Louie, or lose him forever. Come along on Gloria’s marvelous journey with Sir Louie.
Hello Wanda .Thank you for taking the time to stop in and chat with us, it is lovely to have you.
What would you say is your favorite genre to read and why?
My favorite genre, right now, is spiritual in nature. My Pastor wrote and published a book a few years back and out of curiosity, I purchased it. Turns out, it was a 28-day meditation guide. I learned about contemplative meditation and have been meditating almost daily ever since. I’ve wanted to learn all I can about meditation so I started buying books on all different types and I just love the journey it has taken me on!
What was the last book you read that made you cry?
It’s been awhile but it’s called Rescuing Sprite. It was about a sick golden retriever and we had just put down our chocolate lab. I sobbed like a big baby.
Tell us something about you that might surprise people.
I am the parent of 4 step-children.
If you could co-write a book or series with any author, dead or alive who would it be?
It would definitely be Dr. Seuss. He’s my hero. I love him so much and it would be a great thrill to co-write a book with him.
What was the best money you ever spent as a writer?
On my book cover! She’s the best and really knows how to nail what I’m wanting. I get compliments on them all the time.
This was fun, again thank you so much for taking the time to chat. You rock!