#4-Want to Tell Me Something?

If you do or don’t like this book or just want to say something to me.

So, this is my fourth book, and I have made lots of friends since I began writing them. Thousands of kids have come on my website to leave comments. Sometimes I respond to their comments. (You don’t have to beg me to respond. If I have the time…if I’m not too busy writing or doing chores or doing my homework, I will.)

iguanaSo why don’t you leave a comment?

You could tell me about your school or your teachers or your friends. Or you could describe all the tricks your pet iguana can do. Or maybe you want to talk about the funny thing that happened yesterday.

Or maybe you could comment about this book.

It’s all up to you.

Leave a Comment

But wait! Don't hit POST COMMENT yet — not until you figure out whether you want me to tell you if I respond.

Here's what you do:

1. First write your comment.

2. Then look below the POST COMMENT button. If you leave it as DON'T SUBSCRIBE, I won't notify you, and you won't know anything happened.

3. If you select REPLIES TO MY COMMENTS, I'll notify you if I or anyone else replies to any of YOUR COMMENTS on this page.

4. If you select ALL, I'll notify you about EVERY comment anyone makes on this page.

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And yes, you have to enter your email address — and for sure it has to be a real email address. I absolutely promise you I will NEVER use your email address for anything else. However, if you want to receive notifications about future books and stuff, you have to subscribe to my newsletter.
— Thanks, Cheesie.

Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. I have a little sister who cries every time she doesn’t get what she want or whenever I put a pinky on her stuff, and because of that we’re getting kicked out of our house because we’re making noise for the neighbors. You’re kind of lucky you have a big sister, but at least she doesn’t tease me.

    • I am actually in Charlotte right now (!) on a trip with my parents. How weird is that?
      I would love to come visit your school. Just have your teacher or librarian contact me…and I’ll come!