K.S. Brooks Interviewed by Cyrus Webb

Author K.S. Brooks

In case you missed it, yesterday our own K.S. “Kat” Brooks was interviewed by Cyrus Webb of Conversations LIVE! radio and Conversations Magazine.

It was a riveting half-hour interview in which she spills all the dirt and names names. There is a distinct possibility she said something about you. Or maybe not. I recommend you find out though.

Okay, I may have made that part up. Mostly, she talks about Mr. Pish. Kat is very above-board and professional. It’s Pish you have to worry about. He knows things.

Congrats to Kat on a great interview!

Here is the audio of the interview:

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Stop the insanity – Using the right words in the right places

It’s RBI not RBI’s

I’m not big on posting boring lists, but today, I’ll make an exception. We all run across words, phrases and issues from time to time, that don’t make a lot of sense. Okay, I’ll come right out and say it, they are flat out WRONG. I don’t consider myself an expert on grammar or proper use of words so I’ve kept an ongoing list of the top pet peeves/mistakes I’ve made in the past. Here we go and, hopefully I hope, you’ll find a couple that will help.

Let’s start off with my biggest offender in the early days. My first manuscript was full of this one. Continue reading “Stop the insanity – Using the right words in the right places”

The Most Interesting Dog in the World

He is the prince of pooches, the king of canines, the duke of doggies. Wherever there is injustice, crime, oppression, or cruelty, he’ll be there. Wherever there is adventure and danger, he’ll be there. Basically, if there is kibble, he’ll be there. He is—the most interesting dog in the world.

You can learn more about Mr. Pish on his website and facebook page, and his three books which are available at Amazon.com


Meet the Character: Mr. Pish, the Traveling Terrier

My name is Mr. Pish. I’m a traveling terrier, star of children’s books, Facebook, Twitter, educational videos, print, radio and even television. I’ve done a lot in my 14 people years. (That’s 91 in dog years if you’re counting.) So I wasn’t really that surprised when I was asked here for an interview.

But you have to understand, I’m a dog. All I think about is food. And naps. And sniffing. And food. Did I mention food? Well, they’re using that love for food against me. I’m told there are some major treats waiting for me when I’m done with this feature piece. I can work with that!


Indies Unlimited (IU): Mr. Pish, tell me about traveling across country with your people. Were they hard to look after? What was your biggest challenge? Wow. Start with a hard question why don’t you? My people were very high maintenance. “Where should we stop?”  “We have to be here at this time or that time.” “What’s for lunch?”  It’s so easy for me. Put a bowl of food in front of me and I’m happy. My biggest challenge was that everyone wanted to pat me. I was supposed to look at the camera and smile while they were doing that. I’m a simple dog, I just want to have fun. It’s a big responsibility being in the right place at the right time so we can trick…um I mean teach children about important places and things. Do I get my treat now? Continue reading “Meet the Character: Mr. Pish, the Traveling Terrier”