Tag Archives: The King and the Calico

First Campaign Challenge

I’m a little late with this, but I wanted to post it anyway, just for the experience (I’m not going to officially sign up on the Linky over at Rach Writes).  The challenge was to write a 200 word (exactly, … Continue reading

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Pinging

While I still have no news about the release of my next book, The King and the Calico…in London, all kinds of ideas are pinging around in my brain.  I’ve posted before about my crazy dog, Miss Fee, and recent … Continue reading

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A taster of Paris

Today I am handing the blog over to Catherine M. Johnson, a writer of children’s stories in prose and in rhyme. Today on her blog she is reviewing The King and the Calico…in Paris. I hope you will stop by … Continue reading

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Interview with Suzette

Suzette is one of the two protagonists of my chapter book, The King and the Calico…in Paris.  I think you’ll really enjoy her personality. Brooke:  Welcome to the blog, Suzette.  Were you named for the crepes? Suzette licks a paw … Continue reading

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The Paris of Pompidou and Suzette

Pompidou and Suzette are the main characters of my book, The King and the Calico…in Paris.  Pompidou is a pampered Siamese housecat who dreams of the Paris beyond his windows.  Suzette is a calico stray who lives around the Eiffel … Continue reading

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