Yes!! It does Rain in Hawaii—nearly every day. But the rain in Hawaii comes usually as a quick tropical downpour. It’s wet, but warm, and seems to vanish as quickly as it appeared. Depending on which island and which side of the island you’re on, Rain can be light or heavy during the year, and there are definite rainy seasons. My favorite experience was hearing the rain blow through at night while I was in bed. The next day, then entire area was refreshed—and the sun was shining. Ahhh . . . what great memories!
Here’s one other “stormy” word—Rivers. That’s the last name of Carly, the kid’s dreaded enemy. So, how does she end up with Leilani’s treasured surfboard? Oh my—those little twists and turns of life! Experience them with Leilani, Maile, Sam and Kimo when you read Pineapples in Peril.
Blog Tour Continues!! Tomorrow, Friday, August 31, please visit Sharon Srock's Blog for the next review/interview about Pineapples in Peril!
Come back again on Monday as I go through the alphabet, giving you little snippets of words from Pineapples in Peril (Book 1 of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club.) It’s the ABCs OF THE HIDC!—until the release date for Pineapples on October 2, 2012.
Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting!
The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
RELEASES OCTOBER 2, 2012