An Ask Miss Gwen Addendum
Since I get to interrogate Miss Gwen, Miss Gwen has insisted that it’s only fair that she be afforded the opportunity to ask a few questions of me– such as how on earth I presumed to be so forward as to write her story without her permission.
If Miss Gwen could get hold of her author, at parasol point, what sort of questions about the series do you think Miss Gwen would ask?
Why can’t anyone mind their own business and let the professionals take care of all these spy matters?
What took you so long to write my story? Did you not notice me trying to catch your attention? How could you write Vaughn’s and Turnip’s (TURNIP, for god’s sake!!!!!!) story and be blind to all my efforts to be noticed?
That cracks me up! And I’m totally using it. (Slightly modified.)
That was my first thought…Turnip??? 🙂
(I’m not sure Miss Gwen would swear like that, so please forgive me in advance for my poor English… but you get the idea! :D)
Ditto on the Turnip question…and
Why so much on the lovey dovey nonsense and not more on the important details? For example…regarding Freddie’s death: How many bites and where? Did he swell? What color was he? Did he scream?
What materials were used in the incendiary device in Crimon Rose?
I agree, with all of the above, Miss Gwen would certainly take issue with Vaughn and Turnip being passed over first.
When will you be publishing my ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESS gothic novel? I’m expecting royalties and a hefty advance forthwith.
On a practical note, wouldn’t she want to know what the outcome of the conflict between the British and the French was? What happened with Bonaparte? Or is that going in a totally bizarre direction?
Just WHO is this Eloise person, and why does she insist upon bungling key historical details?
I would very much like to know my relationship to a certain Ms. Amelia Peabody.