This question makes you sound like a real bookmender! Sophie told me that the Four Questions were made of something called “vellum,” which is not paper, but very thin slices of animal hide. Yuck!
Let’s just say I won’t ever pick my nose again …
Sophie has always loved THE SEAS BEYOND THE SEA by Veena Bluestocking … which was written by a fellow StoryGuard. Sophie tried to get me to read it once, but I thought it was sort of boring. (Don’t tell her I said that!)
You’ll forgive my previous answer. I just don’t understand why people keep asking me about Sophie! We are JUST FRIENDS.
The adventures have already happened! The only question is whether Mr Auxier will get around to making a book about them. (He’s very slow.) The next time you see him, please tell him to HURRY UP!
It’s like you’re talking in a foreign language! “Internet?” “Website?” “Online?” I’m pretty sure you’re making up these words.
Most people keep diamonds in the form of jewelry. It’s much easier to nick a wallet from someone’s pocket than a ring from their finger!
Sir Tode is the most loyal and courageous spirit I have ever met. He would give up his life for his friends in a heartbeat — I have a lot to learn from that old knight!
Wait, is this the “Hooded Blade” who singlehandedly robbed all of Coventry Keep in broad daylight? I’m a big fan of your work!
I need both senses to make my way in the world. But I don’t think I can imagine living without being able to hear the voices of my closest friends.
I used to think about that all the time. Professor Cake taught me the word “eucatastrophe,” which is the idea that good things can come from terrible suffering — I think that pretty much sums up what happened to me!
Sometimes, Sophie tries to read to me … but I usually fall asleep before she gets too far. If you’re looking for book recommendations, you might want to check out this list of great stories by other authors!
I will definitely do that! … once I figure out what a “movie” is.
To be honest, I’m not sure how Mr Auxier learned about my adventures. It certainly wasn’t from Sir Tode, who had intended to write a Peter Nimble book of his own. I suspect Mr Auxier has an army of spies working for him — ever on the lookout for exciting stories to steal!
I spent my whole life thinking I had no family or home. To discover that I had a sister made me feel less alone.
Sophie would probably say it’s “tiresome” or “vexing,” but that’s all just show. Having me for a friend is FANTASTIC!
She had made fun of my hat and I got embarrassed. It was a moment of weakness, and I sorely regret it. I ruined a perfectly good hat!
I’m pretty sure that Mr Auxier is the Slowest Writer in the World. I keep telling him to HURRY UP, but he just won’t listen. In the meantime, you might want to check out this list of great books by other authors that Mr Auxier thinks fans of my stories might enjoy!
Once he saw me in action, he gave up all hope of being the best!
Yes, I would NEVER EVER go on a date with Sophie!
In order for Mr Seamus to have a son, some lady would need to love him first. And that’s pretty much impossible to imagine! But if he did have a son, I would feel bad for the kid. I know well what it’s like to live with that man.
Mr Auxier is being rather slow at writing it down. Perhaps you’d like to do the job for him?
Is “know-it-all” one word or three?
It’s pretty “handy” …. BWAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!
(You have no idea how long I’ve wanted to make that joke!)
Hazelgood, just like her parents.
I don’t know for certain, but I suspect I would die horribly. Or hilariously. Either way, I don’t think it’s worth the risk!
I would describe it as chestnut brown. Peg would say it’s the color of fresh dung.
I don’t know what an “internet” is. I can only assume it’s some sort of safety device for a circus artist.