WORDS BLOG TOUR: STOP #7

Hello, my friends! 

I have a super fun post today and one that I really enjoyed putting together! One of my amazing writing friends, Kaley, is doing a blog tour to celebrate the launch of her author blog, Words. The tour has been amazing so far and if you haven’t already, go check out the first post here!

Today, I had the pleasure of doing an interview with Kaley–She has some fantastic answers, and her WIP (work-in-progress) sounds amazing.

Anyway, let’s get started! 

Welcome, Kaley! In case some of my readers haven’t met you, would you mind introducing yourself? 

Thanks for having me, Pearl! I’m a teenage author and musician with a passion for the Lord and helping others through relatable characters that go beyond stereotypes or the norm to be as unique and supportive of those around me as possible. 

What is your writing mission statement? 

My mission is to give everyone a mirror that shows how beautiful they are through powerful words and relatable situations. I love creating characters that are normal, not super pretty girls who happen to be in the dork group and hence they act like fools and the mean girl hates them for no reason. Everyone is deeper than that. I’m trying to write the reality of the soul, not just the stereotypical teen.

What’s your current WIP about? 

I would say my most current WIP is one I’m not ready to explain, but I’ll tell you a little bit about the one I recently finished, What Matters Most. It’s about three teen girls in their first year of high school getting lost in a desire to be worth something and nearly losing the very people who saw it from the beginning. It’s about realizing that your worth doesn’t come from Tricia liking your hair or Lily thinking you’re fat or Mike having a crush on you. It comes from who you were inside, all along, and I believe that true friends are those that see it in you.

I also believe that this worth was predestined by God, long before even the world began. He loves us and so we have worth, not because we’re good or perfect but because He chose us and we are His. I don’t highlight this point as much in the book in order to reach even those who don’t believe in the Lord, but I believe it with all my heart. 

What is one thing you like to do, besides writing? 

I spend most of the time when I’m not writing (or doing school or wasting time, for that matter) on photography and music. Music is like putting on a stethoscope and magnifying the heartbeat of writing and I love it so much. I play guitar and ukulele (and technically piano). Writing songs isn’t counted as writing for me because I rarely get writer’s block or lose motivation. I just feel the flow or I don’t. Photography is seeing the simple, basic things from a whole new angle, appreciating how they are and what they are. Really, all of my hobbies are about changing the light cast on everything and learning to love things that a lot of people don’t care about.

What is the first book that made you cry? 

I’ll be honest here: I’ve never actually cried over a book or movie except my own. And I only cried over my own once, when reading a sad part out loud. But I came very close to crying over Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt… it is the saddest book I’ve ever read, starting from chapter one, but he inspired me to really think about people in a new light. His books make me write how I do.

Who is your favorite author? 

Gary D. Schmidt gets first place, but Kara Swanson is a very close second with Jonathan Auxier as a third. They all take things from the perspective people think of first and swap things around. They play with the rules and make classic things their own. I love it.

What is your favorite character that you created? 

A month ago my answer would have been different, but I’ve become really appreciative of my character Amelia. She’s a lost teen in her first year of high school, unsure of why she really wants what she wants but knows she wants it. I thought her character was weak at first and then I realized that no teen girl one hundred percent knows who they are, especially not when they have nobody to look up to that isn’t on a screen. So I’m letting her remain just a little lost, just a little unsure. She has interests and desires but she is growing and that’s what matters to me. 

What genre do you write?

 

I write realistic fiction most but I write in whatever genre best fits my latest idea. I have a plot for a thriller floating around, a new realistic fiction in the works as well as the sequel to What Matters Most, a sci-fi/fantasy on the back burner, and one without any specific genre at all at the worldbuilding stage. 

What do the words “writer’s block” mean to you?

Writer’s block is really a mental block where your brain says “I can’t write right now because I don’t know the perfect words for this part.” I’ve learned to not let it win when I write and it rarely gets in my way now, although I still deal with it sometimes.

When did you start writing? 

I’ve been telling stories for as long as I can remember. Forever. The moment I could form letters on a page and spell enough words is probably when I officially wrote my first story. I’ve lived in many worlds, and this earth is just one. 

What is your blog going to be about? 

My blog is about my passion for words and for others. I’m a little bit of a Christian Abbie Emmons blogger for teens who’s determined to remind you how much WORDS MATTER. Because they do. They’re so important. So you’ll find anything and everything words on my blog. I try to keep it simple, keep it free, keep it fun, and keep it positive. That’s my goal.

And that’s it!! Thank you so much for reading friends, and have a lovely day! Thank you Kaley for the wonderful interview. ❤ 

Click here to check out the next stop on the tour which will go live tomorrow. Here’s the schedule for the rest of the tour. 😀

And then click here to check out Kaley’s blog!

About Kaley

Kaley Kriesel is a 15-year-old Christian author from Oklahoma, USA, where she pursues Jesus and studies from her home. She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and when she isn’t writing, learning, or socializing, you can most often find her playing ukulele or reading a book. She has two blogs, Words and Sketch Scribble Scribe. This tour is for Words.

Writing for the Glory of God: Interview with Anna Kate

Happy 2022, my friends!

I hope you had a fantastic 2021, even if it had some bumps, and you’re looking forward to an even better 2022. I know I am!

And to celebrate, I am sure you’ve already noticed but. . . . I re-decorated my blog! You’re welcome to poke around and see what’s new, I didn’t add much new content, just brightened it up and made the color scheme different, and changed the layout. (Okay, apparently I did a lot. 😅)

What do you think? Let me know at the end of this post.

Now that we have that housekeeping out of the way, let’s get onto the post.

Today, I have a collab that I am so excited about.

I got to interview one of my best friend’s, fellow blogger, writer, and student of The Young Writer’s Workshop, Anna Kate!

Plus, Anna interviewed me on her blog!

Can’t wait to get started and let you guys meet this fantastic girl!

Welcome Anna! In case my readers haven’t met you, would you mind introducing yourself?

Hi! I am a Jesus-loving teenager who enjoys writing, family, and friends. In my free time, you will find me writing, reading, or dreaming up a new idea for a story. I’m so excited for this interview, Pearl!

What is one thing you like to do, besides writing?

I love to do graphic design and play the piano. I enjoy creating cards and book covers, and I am always looking for new classical music to learn.

What is your favorite part about writing?

I love dreaming up new characters. At the moment, I have more characters than I do projects!

What is the first book that made you cry?

Hmm, I think it was the book Adventures by Apple Tree Creek. The main character’s little sister died, and I cried for a long time over that. I still get sad when I think about it.

Where do you get your story ideas?

Everywhere! I’ve gotten quite a few from various movies, and my novelette idea came from the song Gold by Britt Nicole. But my favorite place to get ideas would have to be journaling prompts.

Who is your favorite author?

Brandilyn Collins and Beverly Lewis. I read the Bradleyville series and Holly’s Heart all the time.

When was the first time you knew you wanted to be a writer?

I’ve always loved writing. When I was younger, I had quite a few little stories and books that I was so proud of at the time.

For several years, I didn’t write at all, let alone think about writing as a career. But last May, I joined the Young Writers Workshop and that decision opened up a whole new world. I started a novel and learned so much. As I grew as a writer, I rediscovered my love of writing and how amazing it is to see characters change over the course of their story.

That was when I knew that I wanted to write.

What is your writing mission statement?

This question really ties in with why do you write? My writing mission statement is Writing for the Glory of God. I try to explore important themes and topics in all my writing and to not just write fairy tales.

What is your writing project?

I have several projects, all of which are in different stages. My novel Forgiven is currently being edited/rewritten, both of which I’m enjoying! I am in the middle of brainstorming my novelette Worthy, and the short story Love Times Two I am writing with you is in the drafting stage.

What is your favorite book?

I have so many, but the Bradleyville series and Holly’s Heart take the top spots!

Thank you so much for the interview!!

Thank you SO much for reading, friends!

I’d love it if you would check out my interview with Anna on her blog!

(Oh, and I re-did my signature too in my blog updating!!)

Chatting with Willow

Happy Thursday, friends, and merry early Christmas!

As I mentioned in my email, I am only posting three times this week due to Christmas on Saturday.

Today is going to be my fourth and final interview with The Marbelle sisters. I really enjoyed this series and the interviews, but it’s time for a change.

This week’s special guest is going to be. . .

Willow Marbelle!

She was very fun to interview!

There is a special theme to this week’s Interview. See if you can catch it and let me know in the comments what it is!

So, here we go!


Hey, Willow!

Hi!

How are you doing today?

I am doing good, Abi and Riley and Juliet went sledding today and they let me come with so that was fun.

Do you like to sled?

Yes, I do!

Sledding is fun! What is your favorite color?

Green!

Green is a very pretty color. What is your favorite food?

Spaghetti.

Yum! What is your favorite story?

The Penderwicks is my favorite book. Juliet just finished reading it to me.

Ooh, The Penderwicks is fantastic! What is your favorite television show?

Curious George!

What is your favorite Christmas movie?

I like the Curious George Christmas movie.

That’s a great one! What is your favorite Christmas song?

Go Tell it on the Mountain. I am singing it at church on Christmas Eve.

I love that song. What is your favorite Christmas ornament?

We have one with the first letter of my name on a gingerbread ornament that I like.

Do you like hot chocolate?

Yum! I love hot chocolate with whipped cream and extra syrup. Doesn’t everyone?

Do you have a favorite Christmas memory?

My favorite Christmas memory is making cookies with everyone in my family especially momma and eating the cookie dough.

Mmm….Cookie dough is delicious. What are you hoping to get for Christmas?

Another game of Candy Land because all the pieces are gone on the other one except the board. Some of them we lost and some of them Chewy chewed up so now we can’t play it anymore.

Oooh, Candy Land is very fun! I think it’s about time to say goodbye. Thank you so much for joining me, Willow, and chatting with me.

You’re welcome. Goodbye!


I hope you enjoyed reading my interview!

I can’t wait for next week’s post, which will be very special. . .no sneak peeks though. You’ll just have to wait to find out.

Merry Christmas!

Until next time,

A Chat with Riley

And once again, we have a Marbelle sister with us for an interview! This time, it’s the one and only. . . .

Riley Marbelle!

I can’t wait to chat with her and get to know her better. Shall we get started?


Hey, Riley! Welcome!

Hey! Thank you!

Of course! How are you doing today?

I am doing good, other than Juliet’s bothering me about her annoying characters. *sigh*

Ah, well, that’s good. Do your sisters bother you a lot?

They do and they don’t. Willow, my youngest sister can really get on my nerves at times. But Juliet and I get along pretty well, except when she starts talking about her writing.

Ooh, I see. Do you play any sports?

I play soccer!

That’s neat! What position do you play?

I play midfield most of the time, and then striker the rest.

That’s fantastic! What is your favorite animal?

Dogs. Definetly dogs.

Dogs are very fun! What is your favorite color?

Orange!

What do you like to do?

Play soccer, do math, and if my parents or Abi were here, they would say, “Be crazy and be dangerous.” I can agree with that. It is logically correct.

Oh well. That’s funny! Do you like to read?

Some books, yes. Ones about science and math, but none of the nonsense Juliet reads.

Ah, okay. What is the scariest thing you have ever seen?

Hm, I don’t know. . .probably nearly watching Juliet fall of a cliff a couple years ago. We were on a hike and Juliet decided to go wandering, that nut, and the next minute, she’s dangling off a cliff. Thankfully, Dad grabbed her just in time.

Yikes! That does sounds terrifying. What is the bravest thing you have ever done?

Wow, not to brag or anything but I actually have done a lot of brave things. Maybe rescuing that little girl in the rapids. We went to have picnic one day, by the rapids in the park, and this little girl fell into the water and nearly drowned. But I jumped in and grabbed her.

Wow!! It does sounds like you have had a lot of adventures.

I’ve never really thought about it that way. . .It seems like we never have enough.

Ah, I get that. Well, I think we better end now! Thank you so much, Riley!! I enjoyed chatting with you.

No problem! Thank you for having me!


I hope you enjoyed my interview! Happy Saturday, and merry Christmas!

Until next time,

Interview with Juliet Marbelle

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appy Saturday everyone!! How are you doing? Today, we once again have a Marbelle sister guest for an interview — The one and only. . .

Juliet Marbelle!!

Last week, I did an interview with Abigail if you want to check it out; go here!

I hope you enjoy my interview with Juliet, but first I have a surprise. I was playing around with character collages, and I made one for Juliet:


Hello, Juliet! Welcome!

Hi! Thank you for having me! I am so happy to be here.

How are you doing today?

I am great! I am so excited for this interview. I have never done an interview before and I know this is going to be amazing.

How old are you?

11!

Do you have any pets?

We have a dog and two goldfish, but, I don’t have any pets that I don’t share with my sisters.

Ooh! How long have you been writing?

Even since I could hold a pencil and even before I could write I was always making up stories I would tell to my sister Abigail and then once my younger sisters could listen they became my audience.

What’s your favorite animal?

Ooh, I love dogs.

Dogs are fun animals! So, do you have any nicknames?

Actually, no.

Interesting! Do you have a favorite sister?

My younger sister (only by a year), Riley, I would have to say I am closest to her. Since we share a room and do a lot of things together.

What is your biggest fear?

Failing at becoming a published author.

Favorite color?

I love pink.

What are your hobbies, besides writing and reading?

Playing soccer, and playing with my sisters.

Favorite season?

I love spring!

Ooh, so do I. What is your dream?

To become a published author.

Well, Juliet, I think we better wrap this up. Thank you so much for the interview.

Your welcome!


Thanks for reading!

Question:

We’ve had six interviews so far, four Penderwicks and two Marbelle’s, which interview has been your favorite? Let me know in the comments!

Have a great day!

Until next time,

Interview with Abigail from The Marbelles!

Last week, I mentioned that I would be doing interviews with my characters, The Marbelle Sisters. Well, that day is here!

Today, I’ll be featuring my interview with Abigail Marbelle.

Now, let’s get started!!


Hi Abigail! Welcome!!

Hello! Thank you!

What’s your favorite color?

I love the colors of the ocean.

Ooh, the colors of the ocean are beautiful. How many siblings do you have?

Four, I am the oldest!

What’s your favorite animal?

Dogs!

Dogs are fun! Do you like having sisters?

Yes, I love having sisters. There’s always someone to talk to and have fun with.

Do you have any pets?

Yep, my sisters and I have a dog, (I still need a name), and he’s the best. He’s so good with my little sister. And we have two goldfish, Sunny and Shine.

How old are you?

12!

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

Hmm, I don’t know! My sister, Lilia, and I have always wanted to go to Paris. For me, it would be art but I don’t know why she wants to go.

What school subject do you enjoy the most?

Art class, but that doesn’t count, does it? Probably History, I love learning new things.

Do you have nicknames?

Yes, I have quite a few nicknames, usually, my family and friends call me Abi.

Nice! Do you have hobbies

Yes, I like to draw and bake.

Baking is fun. Do you have friends?

Yes! I have a best friend, Ellen and then my younger sister and I are super close.

How is your relationship with your family?

Very good! I love my family! I have four younger sisters, I am the oldest, and we usually get along pretty well. We do have our problems though.

What’s your favorite thing to draw?

Ooh! I love drawing people. I’d love to try to draw a portrait of someone but, I’ve never even told anyone that I draw or showed anyone my art. I mean my family knows, but they just think of it as something I mess around with. But, I’d really like it to become more than that.

What is your favorite thing to bake?

Brownies!

What’s your biggest fear?

Losing my family. We are all so close and I don’t know what I would do without them.

Well, thank you for the interview, Abigail! I loved hearing about you and your sisters!

It was my pleasure! Thanks for having me!

Of course!


I hope you enjoyed reading! Looking forward to next Saturday’s post with another Marbelle guest!!

Have a great Saturday!

Until next time,

Interview with Batty from The Penderwicks

Can you guess what today is? Well, you probably can from the title of this post. It’s our interview with Batty from the Penderwicks! (If you just happened to stumble upon this post, you can check out the post that explains everything right here!)

Now, Batty is the youngest Penderwick which brings us to the conclusion that…she is our last Penderwick guest!

I have really enjoyed interviewing these sisters, and maybe sometime, I will bring the latter Penderwicks, Lydia, and Ben for interviews.

But for now, we still have one interview to do, so let’s get started!

Hello Batty! Welcome! We are so happy you are here.

Hi!

How are you doing today?

I am doing good, Ben and I saw Bugman today.

Who’s Ben and who’s Bugman?

Ben is our neighbor, he lives next door, with Iantha. And Bugman is Bugman.

Interesting. What is your favorite color?

Gray, because it is the color of my favorite stuffed animal.

How old are you?

Four.

What is your favorite toy?

My stuffed animals or the red wagon Aunt Claire just gave me.

Aww, stuffed animals are fun. Do you have a favorite stuffed animal?

Funty, the Elephant.

What is your favorite animal?

Dogs, I love Hound.

What do you like to do?

Play with Ben and Hound and my red wagon and spy on Bugman.

Do you have a favorite sister?

Maybe Rosalind?

I know you are young but, do you play any sports?

No, but Nick says I have “Undeveloped athletic ability,” but I don’t think so though.

What is your favorite food?

Pizza

if you could only choose one, which topping would you put on your pizza?

Pineapple

Do you like stories and books?

Yes, Rosie or Daddy always tell me stories before I go to bed.

Stories are very fun! I love al love all of them. I think that was my last question. Thank you so much for the interview, Batty!

Your welcome. Goodbye.

I hope you enjoyed reading my interview with Batty!

I am looking forward to next week when I’ll be doing an interview with my character, Penny Marbelle from my novel, The Marbelle’s at Camp Wild-Waters.

Have a happy Saturday!

Until next time,

Interview with Rosalind from The Penderwicks!

ℍ𝕒𝕡𝕡𝕪 𝕊𝕒𝕥𝕦𝕣𝕕𝕒𝕪!

Once again, I have a Penderwick sister to interview! And this time it is the one and only. . . . .

Rosalind Penderwick!

I am sure we will have fun chatting with Rosalind! One thing before we start, if you missed last week’s post, you can check it out here!

Shall we begin?


Welcome, Rosalind! Thank you for taking the time to talk with us.

My pleasure! I am happy to be here.

I am glad. Shall we get started? How are you today?

Yes! I am doing wonderful, thank you.

That’s wonderful! How is school going? Do you have a favorite subject?

School is going well, I started Latin this year. Daddy speaks it all the time and I desperately want to be able to understand it. I don’t really have a favorite subject.

Ooh! Learning Latin sounds interesting. What is your favorite color?

Pink, I would say.

Pink is a very pretty color. What are your hobbies?

I spend a lot of time with my best friend, Anna. And then I like to bake and do things with my sisters.

Baking is always fun. Do you have a favorite thing to bake?

Brownies!

What is the best thing that happened to you in the past year?

I am sure if you asked Jane and Skye this question you got the same answer, but, I’ll tell you it anyway. The past summer at Arendale. It was so wonderful but heartbreaking in a way.

Oh, that sounds wonderful and terrible. I think that can be true about a lot of experiences. Do you play any sports?

No, I leave that to Skye and Jane. Except, I am pretty good at most sports, thanks to Nick, even though I don’t play.

Who’s Nick?

He’s our neighbor. He’s always putting us through football and basketball drills. He has a dreadfully annoying brother though. Anyway, he’s probably the reason for my athletic skills.

He sounds fun. What is your typical day like?

I get up, help Daddy make breakfast, go to school, come home from school, and on my way home pick up Batty from Goldie’s Daycare, make Batty a snack, and that’s pretty much it. My life isn’t really interesting at the moment.

The glamourous life of a 12-year-old. I totally understand. Do you like having sisters?

I love it, most of the time at least.

I get that. The last question, have you ever been in love?

.…Well, I thought I was. I’m not going to go into detail but, it didn’t turn out well. That’s what made Arendale so wonderful but heartbreaking.

Oh, interesting. Thank you so much for the interview, Rosalind, I loved chatting with you.

Thank you! It was my pleasure.


I hope you all enjoyed reading my interview with Rosalind!

Next week, I will be featuring my last interview with the Penderwicks. The one and only, Batty Penderwick.

Let me know in the comments if you have any questions for next week’s interview with Batty!

Until next time,

Interview with Jane from The Penderwicks!

Happy Saturday!

And since it’s a Saturday, can you guess what today is? Another interview with one of The Penderwick sisters!! If you didn’t read last Saturday’s post, you check it out here.

Today, our Penderwick guest is. . . . . . Jane!!!!


Welcome, Jane!

Hello! Thank you for having me!

My pleasure! Last week, Skye mentioned to us, that you were a writer. Would you mind telling us about your writing?

I’d be thrilled to tell you about Sabrina Star! Everyone at home just ignores me and gets bored when I start talking about her. But, sometimes, I just can’t help talking. What would you like to know?

How many books have you written?

Well 3 so far, Sabrina Star Rescues a Boy, Sabrina Star rescues a cricket, Sabrina Star rescues a Hedge Hog, and I haven’t decided on the next one. The inspiration is just waiting to strike.

Wow! That’s interesting! What is your favorite part about writing?

Oh, I love everything about writing. Probably the imaginative part is what I like most. Being able to create my own world almost.

What’s your greatest desire?

To become a published author.

What’s your greatest fear?

I don’t know. . . Maybe losing my family or failing as a writer.

Is there anyone in your life you admire?

Any published author. . .

Is there a specific author that you admire? Do you have a favorite book?

Not really, just any author that has been published. Oh, I could never decide. That’s an impossible question, I can’t answer. There are too many amazing books in the world.

What are your hobbies?

Writing as you already know, reading a million books, and playing soccer.

What position do you play in soccer?

Striker and Skye plays defense.

Ooh! Nice! What is your favorite color?

Yellow it’s such a bright and pretty color.

What is your least favorite color?

Any dark colors, they are all so dreary.

I agree! What is your typical day life?

Well, I get up, eat breakfast, go to school, walk home from school with Skye, and write, read, do my homework or play with my sisters.

Do you have a favorite sister?

Oh, never, I could never have a favorite sister. We are all so close. I and Skye are probably the closest since we share a room and a soccer team. But, we are so different.

What is the worst thing that ever happened to you?

I don’t know. . . mommy dying, I guess

I am so sorry. That’s terrible. Skye mentioned that to us last week. One last question, what is the greatest thing that has ever happened to you?

Oh, it’s okay. We’re all used to it now. . . I really don’t know, my life has been wonderful. Last summer at Arendale was beyond amazing. I am sure Skye told you about that.

Yes, she did. But what about you, what was your favorite part?

Meeting Jefferey! He is such a wonderful friend. Except, now he’s in Boston at music school. But, it was still wonderful. I can’t wait to see him again.

That’s great! Summer vacations are always glorious. Well, thank you for the interview, Jane! It was lovely getting to know you better!

Thank you, it was my pleasure!


I hope you enjoyed reading! Stay tuned for next week’s interview with another Penderwick sister! (No sneak peek this time!)

Thanks for reading! Have a lovely Saturday!

Until next time,

Interview with Skye from The Penderwicks!

Hi friends!

For the next four weeks, I will be doing interviews with book characters! Now, as you have probably already guessed, they will be with The Penderwick sisters, from the series, The Penderwicks, written by Jeanne Birdsall, starting with Skye.

Let’s begin!

Welcome, Skye! How are you today?

Alright, but Jane, she’s my sister, is being so annoying. She keeps quoting lines from Sabrina Star, that’s the book series she is writing.

Sorry to hear about your siblings annoying you- I am very familiar with siblings having 7 of my own- 3 of them sisters. However, I am probably the annoying author sister although I do not quote lines from my books yet.

So I gather Jane is an author, do you like to write?

I do not like to write unless it is a science report.

What is your favorite sport?

Soccer! Jane and I are on the same team. And this year, I was elected captain.

Soccer is amazing! I play also. How long have you been playing?

Since I was seven.

What is your favorite subject in school?

Science. No, Math. Probably math. Wait! Maybe science. I can’t decide.

What is your least favorite subject?

English or History. One time, I had to write a play- a play can you imagine assigning that to a student? Anyways, not just any old play but it had to be based on the Aztecs. Well, Jane was sitting at her desk stumped by a science paper she had to write so we switched. As you may have guessed, we did not get away with it.

What is your favorite color?

Blue. Always has been always will be.

Can you tell me more about your family? How many siblings do you have? Do you have any pets?

Sure, I have three sisters, Rosalind, she’s the oldest, then I’m next, Jane’s a year younger than me, and Batty is the youngest. Yeah, we have a dog, named Hound.

What was the best thing that happened to you, in the past year?

Last summer at Arendale definitely tops the charts. Our vacation at Arendale was the best time I ever had. My dad rented a house for 3 weeks and it was just amazing. Jane and I made a new best friend, Jeffery- and it was life-changing having a boy for a friend when you spend all your time with three sisters. We played some amazing soccer, got into lots of trouble, and had some wonderful snacks made by Churchie, Jeffrey’s housekeeper.

It was so nice to get to know you better Skye. Thank you for your time!

If you would like to get to know Skye or any of the Penderwicks better, I suggest you start with their first book, The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

I hope you enjoyed reading my interview with Skye! Stay tuned for next week’s interview with Jane Penderwick!

Until next time,