Waiting at The Door to Unger: Knock 1

Saturday, March 3, 2007.

The Door to UngerKendra Kandlestar and the Box of Whispers was the first gift left by our family’s tooth fairy. That magical and magnificent book made hard-core Kendra fans of our entire family.

Although our girls insisted that a sequel was just a lost tooth away — four teeth later we are still waiting….

…So, to sweeten the suspense, we thought we’d check in from time to time with author Lee Edward Fodi to see how that long awaited sequel, Kendra Kandlestar and the Door to Unger, is coming.

In this first knock at The Door to Unger, Mark talks to author Lee Edward Fodi about the success of Kendra Kandlestar, the pros and cons of various publishing alternatives and the exciting announcement of a November 2007 publication date for Kendra Kandlestar and the Door to Unger.

Be sure to catch the rest of the Waiting at the Door to Unger series.

3 Comments »

Comment by Jennie

July 12, 2007 @ 3:48 am

I love your book selection and interviews, but I do wish you would find another logo. A bawling baby is not cute, even if (or especially if) it’s supposed to be a plea for a book to be read to him. This logo seems so contradictory to your philosophy of helping children to have their needs met. In any case, it’s not a pleasant image – I cringe every time I visit your site. Please rethink this picture.

Jennie

Comment by Just One More Book!!

July 12, 2007 @ 7:04 am

Jennie,

Thanks for letting us know how you feel about the JOMB logo.

I’ve never thought of it as a crying baby — and I drew it myself! It’s a youngster passionately expressing her desire to be read another book and if you’ve ever tried to stop reading to a youngster, you’ll likely recognize the passionate and earnest display.

I’m glad you enjoy the show. You can use a web aggregator to bipass our graphics, btw.

Enjoy your day,
Andrea

Comment by Charles Cadenhead

July 12, 2007 @ 12:42 pm

To me the picture looks like a young child crying FOR more books not crying because they don’t like books.

-Charles

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