Interviews of Lynn Kelley:
11/6/12 Diane Capri – Licensed to Thrill – Diane Capri Reveals Lynn Kelley
10/10/12 Interview by Maria Cisneros Toth of A Writer’s Life of Scraps & Scribbles
10/10/12 Interview by Robyn Campbell of Putting Pen to Paper
6/17/11 Interview by Heather Kelly of Edited to Within an Inch of My Life
Guest Posts by Lynn Kelley:
12/10/12 Re: Curse of the Double Digits – Bish Denham’s Random Thoughts
11/29/12 Hairlarious – CC MacKenzie’s Romance With Fizz & Fangs
10/29/12 Hair Scares – C. Lee McKenzie’s – The Write Game
Interviews of BBH McChiller (Lynn Kelley, Kathryn Sant, and Maria Cisneros Toth):
3/24/11 Interview of BBH McChiller by Nutschell Windsor of The Writing Nut
Monster Moon Authors at Barnes & Noble for City of Readers Bookfair: Lynn Kelley and Maria Toth appeared at Barnes & Noble in Redlands, California on Saturday, November 19, 2011 for the City of Readers Bookfair. The authors signed both books in the Monster Moon series, CURSE AT ZALA MANOR and SECRET OF HAUNTED BOG. View a short televised clip now on YouTube:
Monster Moon Authors – guests on Inland Empire Alive – Dennis Baxter, Host of Inland Empire Alive (KCSB – IMEG) interviewed BBH McChiller – coauthors Lynn Kelley, Kathy Sant, and Maria Cisneros Toth. Also pictured, Navarre Bell, cameraman, and Scary-Lou on Maria’s lap.
The interview took place September 29, 2010. It aired on October 16, 2010 and is online on IMEG’s site.
Spooky book has Inland Empire ties By John Weeks, Features Editor, The San Bernardino County Sun, Friday, October 29, 2010 Re: Curse at Zala Manor
The Press Enterprise: “Youth mystery series released” By Jennifer Dean, Re: Monster Moon – Curse at Zala Manor, Saturday, October 24, 2009
Daily Press: “Victorville author honored by Highlights” Re: Lynn Kelley, Author of the Month award for “The Jobo Tree” story, named Best of the Issue. Tuesday, October 10, 2006
St. Anthony Messenger: Merry as a Cricket Book review by Marjorie Flathers, September 2002 issue
The Press Enterprise: “From court reporter to children’s writer – Author: A Highland woman fulfills a dream and pens a book of faith and healing for kids.” Re: Merry as a Cricket, by Sybel Alger, Thursday, June 13, 2002
The Sun Newspaper: “A fable built around faith” Re: Merry as a Cricket, by Priscilla Nordyke Roden, Staff Writer, Feb. 2002
Bestie, you’re my hero. xoxo
Aw, shucks, Robyn! You say the nicest things. Seriously, you’re the real life hero and I’m so thankful to know you!