Children's Author, Karen Cioffi Talks About Her New Middle Grade Fantasy Novel Based on an Ancient Chinese Folk Tale - Wednesday, July 13 at 2 pm CST

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) July 11, 2011 -- M E D I A R E L E A S E

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Book Bites for Kids, hosted by Suzanne Lieurance is a delightful way to interact with children's book authors, illustrators, publishers, editors, and publicists to learn more about the world of children's writing and publishing.

We are pleased to invite you to tune in on Wednesday, July 13th at 2 pm CDT, at Book Bites for Kids to meet children's author, Karen Cioffi, as she discusses her middle grade fantasy book, Walking Through Walls.

Karen Cioffi is a published author, ghostwriter, and freelance writer. She is the founder and manager of Writers on the Move (a marketing group of authors utilizing cross-promotion and a number of promotional strategies); moderator of a children's critique group; on the team at DKV Writing 4 U (offers professional and affordable writing services); and an acquisitions editor intern. Cioffi is a member of The International Association of Professional Ghostwriters, Professional Writers Alliance, and The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors. Visit Karen at:

Not only can you listen to the show online, you can also call in during the live broadcast at (646) 716-9239 and ask the author being interviewed a question, make a comment, or just say "hi." If you can't call in during the live show, visit [http://www.bookbitesforkids] and click on the author's Book Bites for Kids page and tune-in at a later date.

Visit Book Bites for Kids, every Wednesday at 2 pm CST for the weekly show hosted by Suzanne Lieurance.

We look forward to your visit.


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