On the next episode of A Kind Voice on Books, host Erin Rae will be speaking with author and creator Cassidy Dwelis about her book, "Hidden in Glass". We're excited to talk to Cassidy about her story of Brendan and the strange things that happen to him after he suffers the loss of his parents. We'll also ask Cassidy about writing for young readers, and as always we'll get her book recommendations for our goodreads.com group page. You can call in to our live broadcast with your own questions for Cassidy, Wednesday, April 6th, at 7PM EST, at 347-850-8907. Or you can email us your questions ahead of time, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and then listen for Cassidy's response on the archived version of our presentation at any time. We look forward to your comments!
Hidden in Glass
Cassidy Dwelis, author
I could feel its hot, smoke-steam breath. I could see its scales. The wood against my back seemed to be giving me splinters and it was cracking and popping in the immense heat. The sea of magma below me turned and bubbled. The ashen sky above me dropped flakes of burnt matter onto my shirt; And the dragon was still there. Whether it be a hallucination, trick of the light, or my lack of sleep, I had to get into Mr. O’Brien’s study or I was going to die. Brenden McCoy has recently lost his parents, been thrust into a stranger’s home with his sister, and cannot sleep due to strange bumps in the night. What are the lights outside of the window? Are they just fireflies, or are they magic?
04/06/2016A Kind Voice on Books: Interview with Cassidy Dwelis