S'mores are great, but I'll have to go with the hot dogs--especially given the focus of my new book!
Sleeping bag, tent, or a nice cozy cabin?
I've spent time in all three, and definitely pick the cabin.
Relish, mustard, or ketchup?
I'm going to be difficult and say 'aioli.' :)
Crafts or sports?
There's nothing wrong with sports, but I'll have to go for crafts. Especially if the craft involves food and I can eat it when I'm done crafting!
Hot dog in a bun or a blanket?
Oooh, great question. Blankets are flaky and delicious...
Sing alongs or a scary story?
I'm pretty wimpy about the scary stuff, but I don't have much of a voice, either. Sing along wins by a hair.
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Title: THE STARS OF SUMMER
Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers (Penguin)
Release date: May 5, 2015
As Gladys feared, camp life is not easy: she struggles to pass her swim test and can’t keep the other campers happy while planning lunches. The worst part is she can’t seem to get away from the annoying new “celebrity” camper and sneak away for her latest assignment—finding the best hot dog in New York City. But when it turns out her hot dog assignment was a dirty trick by a jealous reviewer, Gladys’s reviewing career may be over forever.
Author photo credit: Crowded Studio Photography
Book covers: Kelly Murphy