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The brand new trailer for No One Leaves the Castle is here!

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  1. what is the plot for this perilous journey series? it sounds exciting! how far have you gotten on it, writing wise? when is going to come out? is Todd Harris providing illustrating?
    sorry, i’d better go. i’m running out of question marks

    1. The plot for Perilous Journey is very sketchy at this point, but it takes place about 130 years ago and features singing robots. Or something like that. Like I said, it’s very sketchy. It’ll be a long while before it’s done (especially since I’m still working on The Worst Thing About Saving the World), and I have no idea who will provide illustrations.

  2. You Should make a movie!!! Especially the Storming the castle. Even if it was my castle!!! I want to be the star. Then steal all the snot faced producer’s pants!!!! Because I am not a nice man!!!!!

  3. YOUR BOOKS ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! πŸ™‚ I’m so excited for the Perilous Journey series! But honestly, I’m dying here! I don’t have much to read and if a book doesn’t come out in the next year, I’m afraid I’ll have to throw some rotten melon at you. πŸ™

        1. Let me, author Christopher Healy, state for the record that while Prince Liam hates all melons, I do not. I hate most melons. Though I have, on occasion, had a tasty bit of cantaloupe.

  4. Hi Mr.Healy! We are the ones that had the Hornet’s Gala you signed the book for. I wish I had one it. I want a signed one so bad! πŸ™‚ What is it like to be an author getting all this fanmail and praise? Read and send back soon! Please! I am a big fan! ( I know all people say that, but really I would spray paint my room pink to look like Duncan’s castle, collect spoons, and have people toss melons at me to be a real #1 fan!)

    1. Wow, Anabel, you certainly are an enthusiastic fan! Thanks for the comment! I would strongly advise against having people throw melons at you, though. It would end up quite messy and almost definitely somewhat painful. And please don’t paint your room pink until you’ve given a lot of thought as to whether you’d really be happy sleeping in what looks like the inside of a cotton candy machine. Collect all the spoons you want, though–I have no problem with that. (And hey, if you still want a signed book, try entering our “What Does That Character Look Like Anyway?” contest on the “Be a Winner!” page.)