Posts Tagged ‘Ruff vs. Fluff’

Accidental Rhyme …

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April 19th, 2019 Posted 12:18 pm

… is the best kind!

Going to Target anytime today? You may see RUFF VS. FLUFF in this display!

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Random Amazon Review

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April 13th, 2019 Posted 8:57 am

TwinWithTwins on RUFF VS. FLUFF:

5.0 out of 5 stars – Great book! – April 10, 2019.

My daughter and I really enjoyed reading this book together. Suspense, comedy and a dog and cat. Purrfect! Can’t wait for the next one.

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RUFF VS. FLUFF Trailer

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April 8th, 2019 Posted 7:09 am

(Middle-grade – adults require fake ID. For fake ID, please send $1000 in unmarked bills.)

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Didacticism and Us

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April 6th, 2019 Posted 8:24 am

People often ask – especially concerning my writing for middle-graders and YA – whether I consciously try to educate or “better” the reader in any way. The answer: didacticism and I are ships passing in the night! But – plots have to be about something. Let’s take RUFF VS. FLUFF, for example, first in my new Queenie and Arthur series – middle-grade but adults with fake ID have been getting hold of the book with no arrests so far. I’m interested in Prohibition. One fact about Prohibition was while we here in the U.S. had it, Canada did not. Therefore – lots of smuggling, including from Quebec to Vermont. I’d already chosen Vermont for the location of the story, which takes place in the present. But what if long ago, someone had done something that only now …

And thus the reader will maybe come to learn a little bit about Prohibition, but by accident. Always the best way!

 

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