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Lemon cats & grape kangaroos – an interview with Alex Brightsmith & KJ Collard

Cubic Scats

That talented pair Alex Brightsmith and KJ Collard both make a guest appearance in my latest book (that one on the right there). I asked them about all sorts of shizz.

When did you start writing?

Do you write to a schedule, or as and when the mood strikes?

What 3 things are guaranteed to make you smile?

Who’s your favourite author?

Where do you do most of your writing?

Do you have any pets?

What’s your favourite book, and what are you reading at the moment?

eReader or physical books?

If reading and writing were banned, what would you do instead?

If your Glint story were to be filmed, who would you cast as the main character?

What 3 things (not including paper, computer, pens) would you like to facilitate a good days writing?

If you could genetically cross and animal with a fruit or vegetable what would you…

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