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River’s Interview for Angelika On the Move Blog River Lee Little author of Adventures of Stick Boy: Gone Camping



River’s Interview for Angelika On the Move BlogRiver Lee Little author of Adventures of Stick Boy: Gone Camping



Q1. When did you decide you were going to write a book? 

A. I decided I wanted to write a book when my mom just published a book. When I saw Mommy’s book I wanted my book to look like that instead of just being a folded paper book.

Q2. How did you come up with the name of your books?

A. Adventures of Stick Boy was named because Mommy and I did Stick Boy drawings when I told her stories and we always go on adventures as a family. And Stick Boy is really me.

Q3. What are you working on now for 2018? 

A. I am working on my next Adventures of Stick Boy book. This one is about Stick Boy’s adventures in his Jeep. His Jeep even has a snorkel!

Q4. How long have you been writing? 

A, I was two when I started writing Stick Boy stories. I told my mom how to draw Stick Boy and what to say. She is the machine and writes down whatever I say. Now I am 4 and ¾.

Q5. What advice would you give other authors? 

A. If there was another kid that wanted to write a book then I would say, “Woohoo! I will help you and my mom will too!”

Q6. Where can people find you online? 

A. On Facebook, but it’s through my mom because I’m not 13 yet. I’m only four. fb.me/AdventuresofStickBoy
My book is on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Adventures-Stick-Boy-River-Little-ebook/dp/B07H2JRWDQ/ 
I also have a newsletter! https://mailchi.mp/0c36c57032b8/stickboynewsletter

Right now my book is the #1 New Release! I even beat Pete the Cat and I love Pete the Cat!

Q7. Do you plan on making more books in the future?

A.Yep! I have so many Stick Boy stories but I also want to write books about Cookie and Summit. They are my kitties and we make stories up about them all the time.

Q8.How many books have you written?

A. I have lots of Stick Boy stories but I only have one book published right now.

Q9.Did you go to college to be a writer?

A. College! No! I’m only in TK right now. My mom is my teacher!


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