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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Wednesdays in the Tower Blog Tour: Author Interview

I'm thrilled to have the Wednesdays in the Tower Blog Tour stopping by today with my interview with author Jessica Day George. Wednesdays in the Tower is the much anticipated follow up to Tuesdays at the Castle...

Wednesdays in the Tower
(Castle Glower #2)
by Jessica Day George
Purchase: Amazon / B&N / Indiebound

A castle that is constantly rearranging itself, and a young royal family sworn to protect it... Celie, Rolf, and their beloved Castle Glower are back in this exciting sequel.

Strange things are afoot in Castle Glower: new rooms, corridors, and even stables keep arriving, even when they aren't needed. Celie's brother Bran, the new Royal Wizard, has his hands full cataloguing an entire storeroom full of exotic and highly dangerous weapons, while Celie has her hands full . . . raising the creature that hatches from a giant egg she finds! Will they be able
to find out what's making the Castle behave this way in time?

Other books in the series:
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What three words best describe WEDNESDAYS IN THE TOWER?
Griffin Mystery Mayhem
Can you give us your best one sentence pitch to convince readers (especially reluctant readers) to give WEDNESDAYS IN THE TOWER and its predecessor a read? 

What if you lived in a magic castle, and the castle decided it didn’t like you?
Grab a copy of WEDNESDAYS IN THE TOWER and answer the following: 

Favorite chapter?
Chapter 3
Favorite page? 

Favorite character? 

Flip to a random page and give us a 1-2 sentence teaser:

Pogue fiddled with the biscuit tin for a moment. Rufus watched him intently, hoping for another biscuit, and when none was forthcoming, he tried to bite Pogue. (pg. 109)
Fill in the blanks:
I'm really awesome at ___

eating chocolate.
I'm really embarrassed to admit that ___ 

I hide candy and books from my kids because they are FOR MOMMY.
The last great book I read was ___. 

River of Stars, by Guy Gavriel Kay.
If you were to create and bake a cupcake inspired by WEDNESDAYS IN THE TOWER, what would it look and taste like, and what would you call it? 

Chocolate, with a hidden caramel center and white buttercream frosting shaped like the roof of a tower on top! Celie’s Secret Delight.

Thanks, Jessica, for stopping by and answering my questions! 
Jessica Day George
Jessica Day George earned a BA in Humanities/Comparative Literature from Brigham Young University, where she enjoyed classes in Pottery and Old Norse, and dutifully forced herself to take Algebra and Biology. Originally from Idaho, she now resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband and three young children.

1 comment:

Brenda said...

Looking forward to reading Wednesdays in the Castle. Love the castle that chooses its king.