Saturday, 25 October 2014

5 Things You Didn't Know About Author, Anna Kittrell


  1. I love thrift shops! Virtually my entire wardrobe was purchased from resale shops. And not to brag, but I receive compliments on my clothing nearly every day, and am more than happy to answer with, "Why, thank you--this complete ensemble cost me five dollars." lol
  2. I grew up in the 1980's, and adore big hair, large hoop earrings, and 80's rock music.
  3. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 25 years.
  4. I got braces on my teeth at the age of 41.
  5. I'm terrified of grasshoppers, frogs and toads, crickets, and practically all things that hop...except for bunnies.


              (Ms. Kittrell is pictured holding the first in her Christian YA series, Witcha'be)
Anna has written stories for as long as she can remember. She still has most of her tattered creations, leftovers she was unable to sell on the playground for a dime, written in childish handwriting on notebook paper, bound with too many staples. Her love of storytelling has grown throughout the years. She is thrilled to learn some people now believe her tales to be worth more than ten cents.
 Anna resides in small town Oklahoma with her high school sweetheart-turned-husband Tim, and their teenaged daughter Brandilyn. Anna works as secretary of her hometown middle school—the greatest place on earth this side of Disney World.

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Bianca can’t walk away from her family—she’ll have to run.

Following the death of her mother, Bianca and her dad are on their own. But when a redheaded stranger at the funeral claims to be her biological father, Bianca’s reality crumbles. She soon finds herself trapped between the alcoholism of one father, and the wicked schemes of another—with no way to escape.





3 comments:

  1. When you are as pretty as you are, Anna, you can look good in a burlap sack! Good job on your books.

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    1. Aw! Gay you're the sweetest! I may have one of those in my closet...think I got it at a thrift shop.

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  2. Anna, I'm with ya on not liking those creepy, crawly, hoppy things. Except for, like you, ditto on the bunnies. Even the word "bunny" makes me smile. And love the joy on your face as you're holding up your book. That makes me smile, too.

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