I thought it would be fun to include pictures of projects you guys do for school. If anyone has a picture of their project that they would like to be included, please email it to me at:
along with whatever information you want me to include about it. Thanks! (update Dec 2015: ok, so i totally forgot about this and now see there are all these great letters there. OY!!!I’m so sorry to those waiting for a reply. I’ll catch up with this at the start of the year after handing in Candymakers 2 which has zapped my brain for all other things ;o)
I am blown away by the creative book trailers you guys have made! Check them out on youtube.
It’s a Jeremy Fink Crossword Puzzle! Download the puzzle and the answers. No cheating or I’ll know! Teachers, feel free to distribute to your classes, just please keep the copyright info attached.
And here’s one for Every Soul a Star!
You know how you never think you’ll wind up in the same room as one of your favorite celebs? This was from a party after the filming of Saturday Night Live a few years ago. A huge Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan, I was really nervous to meet Buffy (I mean, Sarah Michelle Geller!) and remember blabbing something about loving the musical episode which had recently aired. She and her husband, Freddie Prinze Jr., were really sweet. The girl on the right is Julie Breckman, the daughter of my friend Andy who is the executive producer of MONK. We were working on an episode together that year, and I have him to thank for bringing me to the SNL taping that night. Thanks Andy! Click to Enlarge.
People often ask if I have a mutant candy collection like Jeremy Fink, and the answer is no, because I would eat it instead! Last week I found not one, but TWO mutant candies–the two-headed gobstopper and a blobby shaped Good & Fruity. And now that I’ve taken the picture, I am going to eat them!
Think you can write a book in a month? Every November you can join thousands of others in the race to write 50,000 words. Check out NaNoWriMo, and click here for a “Pep Talk” that went out to the 10,000 young writers who participated this past November.
Have you always wondered how your favorite authors pronounce their names? Hear it straight from them by clicking here.