Anonymous asked:

Hmm. This is an amazing question. The kind of question that you could ponder for centuries and never really fully get to the answer. Whoever asked this question is a genius, and SMART too. BOTH. You don’t often see that. 

But if I HAD to pick an answer, I’d say … 29%. 

Anonymous asked:

My favorite is probably May, and my least favorite is George, the really annoying Gnome that I cut right out of the series. That’s what you get, George!

Anonymous asked:

My favorite thing about May is how tough she is, I think. There’s always an easier choice for her to make, one that will make her happier, and instead, she does the right thing.

My favorite thing about Phillip is that he has zero idea that everyone hates him, and just thinks the best of them (until he thinks they betray him or anyone else, at least.)

And Jack … my absolute favorite thing about Jack is that he finally realizes exactly who he is. If only we all could so easily!*

*If fighting giants, mermen and Wicked Queens is easy, I guess. 

Anonymous asked:

Hmm, it’s hard to say. Now that I’ve seen the covers for so long, it is how I imagine the characters. But yes, it was the artist who basically picked that look. HALF UPON A TIME had two covers (the hardcover and the paperback) but the rest only had one. And I helped pick the cover, but mostly it was my publisher.

Never apologize for questions! That’s the only way you ever find anything out :)

Anonymous asked:

Hmm, are you rewriting the series ending or the ending to the first book? Did you read the epilogue to ONCE UPON THE END that’s on my blog? Either way, if you’re writing it, you should have them do whatever you like! That’s the best thing about writing, the characters (mostly) (sometimes) (rarely) actually do what you tell them to. 

Anonymous asked:

It’s definitely not for ages 3-5. Maybe they meant grades 3-5? That’s about right. It’s basically written for anyone age 7-8 and above. 

Anonymous asked:

If you came up to me at a book signing and said, “I’m the person who asked you if you’d remember a question that someone asked you if they came up to you at a book signing … do you remember that question?” I’d say “Of course!”

Anonymous asked:

Maybe the question is, how does a robot become half-HUMAN?

(Spoiler alert: That’s not the question.)