#5-Like or No Like?

Like…or No Like?

Cheesie-and-Smoothie

Okay…so you’ve finished reading my fifth adventure.

Cool.

If you’ve also read the previous four, you’ve gone through over 1,100 pages of Cheesie writing!

What did you think? 

Comment below, and if I’m not too busy, I’ll try to write back.

 

 

 

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Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. this book is amazing. I could read this book a million times. I’m from one of the schools you visited saint pius tenth school. thanks for signing the book!

    • I don’t know about #6. Thinkin’ about it. Have you read all five?
      I can tell from the email signature of your comment that you live near Chicago. I have visited LOTS of schools in Illinois.

  2. Hello Cheesie,
    I am a big fan of yours and I always hope that you write another super awesome book. I really enjoy reading your adventures and I hope you write another book soon!!!

    -Immanuelle

  3. Hi my name is Hannah Mrs. Magnet was my teacher last year and when we read you books she said something about meeting Steve cotler and him coming to our school. I was wondering if you were going to write anymore books.

    • It’s hard to say. They were all so different.
      #1 was hard because it was my first.
      #2 was easier because I had summer free time.
      #3 was challenging because the plot was so complex.
      #4 was strange because of all the publicity.
      $5 was embarrassing because…well, if you’ve read it, you’ll know.

  4. I enjoyed this book a lot! I had read all of your books and went through all the adventure! This is one of the best series of books I had EVER read!