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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Sam's a HOOT!!

In case you didn't get a chance to connect with any of the fun interviews with The Hawaiian Island Detective Club characters, I'm going spend the next few blog posts sharing them with you. I talked with each character after they'd completed their second mystery, Menehunes Missing. Today I'm interviewing Sam:

Hey, Sam, what’s it like working with two girls as part of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club?

(Sam shrugs) Leilani and Maile are cool. Except when they pop around and scream like little babies or something. Totally annoying.
What was the best part of the Menehunes Missing mystery?

Going to the car repair shop. I just love cars. (He belows) Leilani and Maile hate the gross, greasy smells in those service garages, but I think it’s totally great. Nothin’ like getting your hands and clothes all grungy. Cars are amazing, even when they make weird noises like my mom’s car does a lot. It’s cool how you can tell what’s going on by the sound. Sometimes it’s a belt, or some—
(I wave my hand.) That’s great, Sam. Were there any scary moments for you?

(Sam crunches on some macadamia nuts and nods) For real. That Mrs. Wong is waaaaaay scary. But I know how to talk myself out of any danger from her.  
Hmm, yes. Talking, snacking and belching seem to be your favorite things besides cars, right?

Yup. But I also love construction. My dad’s a contractor, so I know a lot about building things.
Cool, Sam. Thanks for visiting and sharing. Oh yes--I made you some Saimin just in case you were hungry!

Duh!! (Sam grins and grabs the bowl.)

Faithful readers, come back next time for a visit with Kimo! Are there other characters you'd like me to interview?? Kainoa? Carly? Mrs. Wong? What would you like me to ask them?

Saimin Noodles For Sam!

Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting!

The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
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Book Two—Menehunes Missing
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Book Three—Ukuleles Undercover
RELEASES August 14, 2013


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