Yesterday my internet acquaintance and general writing encourager, Jean Lee, posted my first-ever author interview. I enjoyed the questions she asked and had a great time writing out my responses. You can’t read the interview here. And don’t forget to check out her book, Fallen Princeborn: Stolen.
%Bug% Ya, you had such a great time responding you never checked for typos. %Bug%
Bug? How did you get over here, I thought you were stuck on my Twitter feed!
%Nobody% Oh! I cross-referenced my newest chip flavor, Saltines and Potato, with an electric toothbrush and it opened a door here. Bug wanted to say hello. I also managed to overwrite that rather anti-social “error” message and replaced it with the name of the character who is speaking! Isn’t that wonderful? %Nobody%
Great, Nobody. Thank’s a lot.
%Nobody% You’re welcome! And I’ve been meaning to pitch some ideas for the sequel. When Sills winds up in… and Sindy is hitting me over the head with a wooden spoon. %Nobody%
Anyway, folks, Christmas is soon here and a copy of In The Land Of The Penny Gnomes will make a great gift for the readers among your circle of friends! Order a copy today using the button above!
I’m glad we could do some shop-talk. 🙂 Nobody, where’s your Christmas spirit? Work some peppermint into those snack chips!
%Nobody% Interestingly, Peppermint is one of the few elemental flavors which tend to have unfavorable reactions when introduced to an Applied Imagination field. The last time I experimented with it I lost my eyebrows. Though I am happy to say I found them crawling under a block of cheese several days later! Still, peppermint and roasted turkey does sound tantalizing. %Nobody%
Yum? Don’t encourage the mad scientist gnome!
Aw, but it’s fun when it’s fun! 🙂
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