The Way of the Dinosaur by Mae Clair

Today I’m visiting with Lorraine Paton, a fab writer I met during the days of Six Sentence Sunday. Even though SSS has since gone the way of the dinosaur, I have fond memories of those days and, of course, Lorraine. 🙂

She’s trotting out a short series of interview questions for me today during her What to Read Thursday feature. If you’ve been following me around for a while (and I know I’ve been haunting a lot of blog spots, especially over the last two months since TWELFTH SUN released) you might be pretty confident of my answers.

But she threw something new out with her first query, something no other interviewer has asked before. Curious what the mystery question is all about? You can find the answer here (along with a few others as well).

800px-Pterodactyl_(PSF)

Image courtesy of Pearson Scott Foresman
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

I promise it has nothing to do with dinosaurs, although if you’re interested my favorite is the pterodactyl.

What’s yours?

6 thoughts on “The Way of the Dinosaur by Mae Clair

  1. I know nothing much about dinosaurs, but I had to pick one just for the fun of it. Apatosaurus looks like a gentle giant, unlike all those other mean looking, sharp toothed saurus’s. So that’s where my vote is going 🙂

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    • Oh, Apatosaurus is a cutie! When I was a kid, I had a plastic blue Apatosaurus that I won at a festival. I carried that thing everywhere. Thanks for bringing back such fond memories, Sally!

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