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Posted by sophie davis

September 22nd 2009

sorry to bug you again but im in the same year as daisy roberts and i am currently reading your book the wind singer as we are both in the same class. i was just wondering if you could share how much the novel the wind singer really means to you and if you have any favirote parts and like daisy i like the words (saga hog, pompaprune and banga plop.) hope to hear from you as soon as possable. thank you very much sophie xx

William Nicholson responded:

I'm pleased you like my funny swear words. I don't have favourite parts, really. I love it all.

Posted by sophie davis

September 22nd 2009

hi this is a question which i am really intrested in its about the wind singer i am doing it at school. what inspired you to write the story ..

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Posted by David Brennan

September 21st 2009

I am currently reading Noman and I don't want it to end (its the same feeling as at the end of the Wind on Fire trilogy). Both your trilogies have been really inspiring for me and I am so thankful that you wrote them. I just wanted to congratulate you more than anything but I suppose my question is "Is there any chance that you would write another book/trilogy similar to the first two?" (Both WoF and NW are far better than the more popular Artemis Fowl series - Are you 'friends' with Eoin Colfer by any chance?)

William Nicholson responded:

Thanks for the vote of confidence. I don't know if I'll be writing another trilogy, but I'll certainly keep on writing books. I have a new one coming out next April called Rich and Mad. As for Eoin Colfer, no, he's not a friend, though I have met him. I was really impressed - he's very funny and easy to like.

Posted by katie pilcher

September 21st 2009

hello i was wondering what sort of inspiration came to you when you wrote the wind singer and how long did it take you to the wind singer thank you

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Posted by Alice

September 21st 2009

Hello,I am in year nine and in my English class and we are reading your book The Windsinger and it is an amazing book and i love it, i was just wondering what made you choose the theme of this book? and what made you become an author? thankyou :)

William Nicholson responded:

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Posted by william jeffries

September 21st 2009

what inspired you to write it and how did you come up with the name and one last thing who is your favourite character?

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