How about a signed copy of one of your books? Where can I get those?

I have partnered with my local independent bookstores: Phoenix Books in Burlington, and The Flying Pig in Shelburne, Vermont. If you order my book from them, I can sign it! You can add an inscription online through the Phoenix site, but call the Flying Pig to get a signed copy.

I want to send you a letter. Where do I send it?

Yay! I love getting fan mail! Thank you for writing to me! My address is: Dayna Lorentz P.O. Box 4525 Burlington, VT  05406-4525 If you would like a response, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope (or “SASE”) along with your letter! You can also email me or leave me a message on Facebook or connect…

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How about my school or library? Will you come do an event there?

I would love to visit your school or library! Because I have kidlets of my own, though, I do not physically travel outside of Vermont except for book tours and conferences. But I would love to do a virtual visit with you via Skype. Check my School Visits page for more information!

I love dogs! Do you love dogs?

Yes! As a grown-up, I had two of my own, both of whom have now passed away. Growing up, I had many other dogs. Check out My Life in Dogs for more information about my history with Canis lupus familiaris.

What about cats? Guinea pigs? Fish? Horses?

I have two cats! I love them. I had a guinea pig when I was eight! I loved her/him. (There was some initial confusion regarding Petunia’s sex, resolved later through an inadvertent reveal.) I love fish, but have trouble keeping them alive (As of this writing, Ember is still alive☺). And horses, oh how I…

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What’s your favorite movie?

I’m so glad you asked! I love movies. I have seen a lot of them. My husband and I spend a lot of time watching and commenting on them like the two old guys from The Muppet Show. So I feel like this is a loaded question. I have no favorite overall…just many movies I…

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What’s with the squid?

Giant squid are one of the last great mysteries on this planet. We humans have rarely ever seen one alive. We know very little about them. They live in the deepest, darkest strata of the ocean. They are the symbol of the subconscious, those murky depths from which we writers dredge our creativity. That, my…

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