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.
The idea of a man like Mr Seamus having a change of heart is laughable. That being said, I think that when I was younger, I would have let him die. But I know that Sir Tode wouldn’t let that happen — he would insist that a TRUE hero would not let a personal grudge get in the way of saving the day.
Is it too cheesy if I say FANTASTIC?
It’s really a question of whether you want me to fight them with one hand tied behind my back or two. Either way, I’d suggest you put your money on Peter Nimble!
You clearly haven’t finished reading my book!
Why do people keep asking this question?!? Sophie and I are JUST! FRIENDS! (Wait, did she say something about liking me?)
I really was surprised. What I didn’t tell her at the time was that I would trust her with my life, too. (If you tell her I said that, I’ll deny EVERYTHING!)
Pretty much every girl I’ve ever rescued is in love with me — so I can’t blame her Sophie if she does. And for the record, Mr Auxier is not MY author. He’s just some glorified typist. The real storyteller is Sir Tode — now HE knows how to spin a thrilling yarn!
I think you misspelled “always.” And the answer is YES!
Sure I do! She’s pretty bossy, pretty smug, and pretty irritating. (She’s also pretty helpful in an adventure.)
The easiest way to explain it is that, whether I can see or not, being blind is a part of who I am. I just don’t feel like myself without the blindfold.
The way I learned was the “Mr. Seamus” method. He locked all my food in a trunk and told me if I wanted to eat, I had better learn to open it!
Sir Tode and I have had plenty of adventures since our time in Bustleburgh … but Mr Auxier is a very slow typist, so I have no idea when he’ll get around to putting them all down!
Well, Sophie would probably insist that I will be HER sidekick and not the other way around, but that’s an argument for a different day!
If I told you my secrets then they wouldn’t be secrets anymore! I’ve found it’s always best for each thief to find his or her own way into crime–good luck … and don’t get caught!