My Holiday guest is Lea Shivaz


Thanks so much for coming by for a visit, Lea,                               

I’m glad to be here, thanks for having me.

You are one of the busiest women I know. Lea is the founder of the MuseOnline Writers Conference and maintains the Museonline writers group, as well as numerous blogs and websites. And, she still has time to write and occassionally dog sit. Tell us about your bookBubba & Giganto: Odds Against Them.

Bubba  hates it when his dad gets a contract for a new project. That means uprooting the family from one city and moving to another. Attending a new school is a major pet peeve of his. His smart alecky nature attracts the bullies in every school he’s attended.

 On the first day of school, Bubba bumps into this rather large student. Fearing a confrontation, he wears his tough guy attitude and waits for the punches to begin. Remarkably, the new student apologizes, and Bubba and David (aka Giganto as Bubba eventually nicknames him) become best friends.

 Bubba and Giganto try out for the high school soccer team, and that’s when trouble begins. Bubba knew eventually he’d meet the bullies of the school, and he was right.

 In the first initial weeks, Bubba learns about a death that occurred the previous year; faces the bullies on several occasions; helps Giganto practice soccer before tryouts; and challenges the bullies to a scrimmage.

 Little does Bubba know Giganto holds a secret – one that will place Giganto in a deadly situation.

Lea, this sounds like a great children’s book. Where can people get for a Christmas gift?

It’s available at these places:

4RV Publishing

Barnes & Noble

The Reading Warehouse

Thanks so much for visiting during this busy time of year, Lea.

I was glad to visit. Thanks for having me.


Author: diannegsagan

Dianne G. Sagan has written over 25 books and more than 300 articles in her 20 years as a ghostwriter and published her own work traditionally and indie. She writes fiction and nonfiction. She's an experienced speaker at writers' conferences in the region and an experienced facilitator for writers classes and workshops.

9 thoughts on “My Holiday guest is Lea Shivaz

  1. It’s been wonderful reading about Lea! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I read this book and loved it!! Lea gives kids a comprehensive view on bullying in an entertaining way. You fall in love with her characters and want to read more.

    Lea is a very talented and giving person. Her on-line conference is wonderful too.

  3. Great post. I love Bubba and Giganto!! Lea is the best!!

  4. Lea is one of the most generous and giving persons I know. I wish you much success with this book, Lea!

  5. I read Bubba and Giganto – it’s fantastic. It deals with a topic that is sadly common place and a terrible social element. Lea addresses bullying through an engaging story which is the best way to bring light on this kind of thing.

    And, I agree, Lea is the BEST!

    Thanks, Dianne, for a wonderful post.


  6. Always great to learn about Lea.

  7. This book sounds like a great read. Good luck with your writing.
    Great post!

  8. Thank you everyone for stopping by.

    And Vivian, glad you had your editor’s hat on and caught the link boo boo.

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