Earlier today, I reviewed Lost in London by Cindy Callaghan, as part of her blog tour.
Now that we've had time to have our tea, she's stopped by for an interview!
Jordan visits a lot of London's famous sites, as well as some places where students just like to hang out. What's your favorite place in London?
I love love love the Tower of London. It is historic and spooky and beautiful all at the same time.
Jordan is on a mission to de-borify her life. What's the craziest thing you've ever done to de-borify yours?
Let's see... there was leaving NJ to go to college in LA. A streak of wild concerts. Then nothing de-bored-i-fying for a lot of years. More recently, there was Cindy's Adventures in ZipLining.
Jordan's first night in London, she gets locked inside the worlds biggest and best department store, one that is, sadly, fictional. Where would you like to be accidentally locked in overnight?
Haunted mansion! The bigger and scarier the better!! I love spooky.
If you could go back in time and talk to yourself when you were Jordan's age, what would you say?
It's all going to be fine. Tween and teen years can be long and tough, but you'll come out the other end one strong and fab chick!
You're the author of 3 books, all for tweens. Why do you write for this age group?
Maybe because I am surrounded by inspiration. Maybe because my voice lends itself to that age group.
Tweens are often misunderstood by adults--what's something you wish that adults understood about them?
The things that they think are a big deal are A REALLY REALLY BIG DEAL to them. We have to accept that.
What's one place in the world that you haven't visited, but really want to?
Italy! And Hogwarts.
What are you currently reading?
Hidden Order, Brad Thor
What are you currently watching?
What are you currently listening to?
Thanks for stopping by Cindy!
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