Click here for my very first video interview, in which I answer questions from Misty, of TheBookRat.com. As is true of many people, I hate the way I look and sound on camera, so I, myself, won’t be viewing this interview any more. But by all means, please give if a go. In it, I reveal some teaser info about Hero’s Guide Book II.
Interested in hearing how astonishingly talented artist Todd Harris came up with those awesome designs for The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom? Check out this interview with him on A Backwards Story.
So happy to see the fantastic book blog, Novel Novice post a wonderful review of The Hero’s Guide To Saving Your Kingdom: “Though written for middle grade readers, this book’s content is so hilarious, so universal, and so appealing that it transcends any age group… The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom will forever change the way you look at fairy tales, but only in the best of ways. It’s a new classic written for today’s readers.” An interview with me will be posted on Novel Novice in just a couple of weeks.
Click over to Muggle-Born.net for a behind-the-scenes look at the writing and editorial process of The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom. It’s all part of the huge, multiple-website-spanning Fairy Tale Fortnight extravaganza.
Learn all sorts of interesting things about me (like my love for oatmeal and Avatar: The Last Airbender) in this in-depth interview with Jean Vallesteros of Book Nerd.
The first three chapters of The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom are currently available on the Facebook page of Walden Pond Press. Click here to see how it all begins — for free!
From the Mixed Up Files of Middle-Grade Writers is a wonderful blog the focuses on the vast and rich world of literature that falls between books with a reading level posted on the cover and books with swear words. It’s also the site of my very first interview for The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom. In this Q&A, you will learn about my character creation process, hear about my sympathy for witches, and discover the dangers of reading-while-walking.