November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month, and one of the Epilepsy Foundation’s goals for this month is to get more people talking about epilepsy. So, with that goal in mind, I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to talk with award-winning author McCall Hoyle about her upcoming book STELLA and her writing process.
Please tell us a little bit about STELLA.
STELLA is a hopeful story about a retired working beagle who must find the courage to overcome her fears and use her special nose to save a girl’s life.
The story is told from the beagle, Stella’s, point of view. I love stories like A DOG’S PURPOSE and THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN that are told from an animal’s point of view.
I can’t wait for readers to experience life through a Stella’s eyes, ears, and, especially, her nose.
Head on over to From The Mixed-Up Files of Middle Grade Authors and read the rest of the interview, sign up to win a copy of STELLA at McCall’s Goodreads Giveaway, and be sure to pre-order a copy of this amazing book – which will be released in March 2021.