Monday, July 25, 2016

"THE DETECTIVE'S ASSISTANT" Golden Kite Award-Winner Giveaway and Conference Countdown

Only four more days until #LA16SCBWI!

To celebrate, we'll be giving away a copy of The Detective's Assistant by Kate Hannigan (Little, Brown)

Based on the extraordinary true story of America's first-ever female detective, this fast-paced adventure recounts feats of daring and danger, including saving the life of Abraham Lincoln!  

To enter, just leave your best question for Kate about the novel in comments below, and I'll choose one winning question to ask Kate at the conference. The author of that winning question will also win a copy of "The Detective's Assistant."

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Christina Wilsdon said...

How'd you first "meet" and become inspired by the first real-life female detective in the USA and experience that wonderful bing! moment of realizing you could spin stories based on her life?

Lois said...

When you base a story on a real person, how do you decide what true events to include in the story and what to make up?

jpetroroy said...

Are any of the events/people in the book based on you or real life?

Cherie Ballog said...

How much research did the book require?

Laurie Theurer said...

Were you personally inspired by your heroine while conducting research and writing your book? In what ways has she changed your own life?