My contribution to this year’s Fairy Tale Fortnight extravaganza is a fun Q&A that’s up today on the fabulous blog, A Backwards Story. Plus, you can enter for a chance to win signed copies! Click the link and check it out!
Hear from the Princes Charming themselves in this “character interview” on the Small Review blog.
If you’re curious as to what kind of music I listen to while writing, check out my “Author’s Playlist” guest post on the blog, Good Books & Good Wine! Perhaps you’ll find a few new tunes to enjoy.
Read all about my influences and inspirations (Star Wars, Lego, and Winnie-the-Pooh to name a few) in my guest post for The Book Smugglers!
On the marvelous blog, The Book Monsters, my editor, Jordan Brown of Walden Pond Press, asks me a bunch of questions about the editorial process behind The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom.
Wanna see how I work roasted red peppers, Kelly Clarkson, The Legend of Zelda, ninjas, Barcelona, Lost, and robot vacuums into one conversation? Check out my interview on Novel Novice!
I’ll be taking off for my offline Hero’s Guide Tour, but the online Blog Tour continues all next week. For a complete list of where I’ll be when, check out Walden Pond Press’s calendar. They’ve got one for my brick-and-mortar tour as well. For updates while I’m on the road, check out my Facebook page or follow me on Twitter.
Today’s stop on the Hero’s Guide Blog Tour is an interview at Kid Lit Frenzy! In it, you’ll hear about the first story I remember writing as a kid, and you’ll get a glimpse at the books in my “To Be Read” pile.
Today’s stop on the Hero’s Guide Blog Tour features perhaps my favorite interview ever. Head to There’s a Book to read my Turkeybird Interview — “Turkeybird” being the nickname of the 4-year-old boy who conducted the interview. I hope you have as much fun reading it as I had fun doing it.