Posts Tagged ‘Bowser and Birdie’

Queenie And Arthur

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May 19th, 2018 Posted 11:53 am

We’ll tell you more about this in coming days, but the Kindle edition of #1 in the new Queenie and Arthur middle-grade series seems to be available for pre-order. No cover art yet, but we have a title: RUFF VS. FLUFF. Like the Bowser and Birdie series this is middle-grade. As per our policy, adults with fake ID can read them, too. For your fake ID contact a certain type of kid in a certain corner of the schoolyard.

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Now in Paperback!

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April 26th, 2018 Posted 8:41 am

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What’s In A Name?

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April 19th, 2018 Posted 7:23 am

Mrs. Publicist: Past time for this month’s What’s In A Name, where Peter Abrahams aka Spencer Quinn discusses a character name from one of his books. Pete, we’ve never done place names. You make up a lot of places – the Valley, say, in the Chet and Bernie mysteries, 0r –

Pete: Or St. Roch in the Bowser and Birdie middle-grade series!

Mrs. P: Which, I should point out, adults with fake ID are also reading. Tell us about naming St. Roch.

Pete: Well, Birdie and her family live in bayou country, so I wanted something French. And St. Roch is the patron saint of dogs. The series is narrated by Bowser. And while there is a St. Roch section of New Orleans, there’s no St. Roch in Louisiana.

Mrs. P: So – a perfect storm.

Pete: I think of it as a perfect calm.

Mrs. P: See you next month for another edition of What’s In A Name. Maybe the readers have a suggestion.

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Random Amazon Review We Like

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March 19th, 2018 Posted 8:23 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Better than a movie! – March 18, 2018.
kcoxford on BOW WOW:

Love Bowser and Birdie – reading this story is better than watching a movie. Great sense of place, strong characters, intriguing story line.

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