1) Describe your writing space.
The LadyPeep with the thumbs like working on the kitchen table, or in her den. I prefer the kitchen. She’s always eating and dropping crumbs.
2) What do you like to do when you aren't writing?
Marking poles and trees, eating, sleeping. The LadyPeep likes gardening and playing with the stupid springers. Hah. Stupid dogs, they’ll do anything for a treat. Me, give me a treat, but if what a Peep wants me to do is foolish, they can’t make me do it.
3) Do you see yourself in any of the characters in this book?
The book is written about my life. The LadyPeep says that each of the scenes is about a dog she used to have who found human bones. No way, right? No springer would be smart enough to find bones.
4) How would you describe George Knows in 3 sentences or less?
Brilliant. Stunning. Perfect.
Oh, you mean my book. Um. An egotistical magical basset hound named George believes it's his duty to train and protect his 12-year-old Girlpup, a greenwitch named Karly. He and his Girlpup, must solve a murder as well as save their park from being developed. George is the perfectly designed familiar for the job.
5) What is your favorite and least favorite parts of the writing process?
I hate it when the LadyPeep argues with me about how a scene should go. My favorite part is when she gets up for snacks. She also doesn’t like to do something called Ed it. I’m not sure who Ed is.