To celebrate the upcoming release of my latest Miss Lionheart book (for older readers who like to read tricky books), Miss Lionheart has released an “ask me” blog – where you can ask all those difficult science questions like “are zombies real?” and “Why is this strawberry growing little strawberry plants?”
Do you have a burning science question you need answered? Well, now you have a chance to have all those pesky questions answered. The weirder the better. So far Lilly’s fended off questions about strawberries and zombies, so throw her a curve-ball. See if Lilly knows her stuff by dropping by at askmisslionheart.tumblr.com
You could even ask her some questions about her story. But I can’t promise she will tell you the truth. At least not all the truth. Miss Lionheart likes to play her cards close to her chest, so everybody is kept guessing as to what she might do next. Especially me.
Science is an art, and mad science doubly so, with much of it based on real science, crazy theories, and even a little mythology. So find out more at askmisslionheart.tumblr.com and have fun! Because science is about having fun and playing with the world. And a large part of that is about asking why? Why is the sky blue? Why is my little brother taller than me? What is the difference between adult stupidity and adult condescension? Why is this strawberry growing little strawberry plants? Are zombies real?
If you want to know, find out more at http://askmisslionheart.tumblr.com/ and ask away! If you’re an older reader that revels in difficult, then why not check out the ebook itself, Miss Lionheart and the Laboratory of Death: Part 1: Once Bitten here at http://www.amazon.com/Miss-Lionheart-Laboratory-Death-Bitten-ebook/dp/B00RPU7KKQ
Either way, I hope you enjoy!