Dr. Wonky (The Bone Fairy) (Volume 1)

Dr. Wonky (The Bone Fairy) (Volume 1)

By   Publisher  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN  1502315297

ANSI  1502315297

Published in   Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Drama, Fiction, Pets, Teen Young Adult,


Billy and Nina have no idea how the golden cylinder wound up in their tree fort. They do know they can’t open it, although—Billy cuts his hand trying.

Fortunately for Billy, the twins know who can help with Billy’s cut: their eccentric friend Doctor Wonky. After healing Billy’s hand with his patented Wonky Aid Oil, the good doctor takes a long, hard look at the cylinder. He doesn’t like what he sees. The cylinder isn’t from Earth and could be very dangerous.

Billy proves Doctor Wonky right when he accidently releases a fairy from the cylinder who traps the twin’s mother in a mirror before flying out the window to take over the world.

It’s up to Billy, Nina, and Doctor Wonky to stop the wicked fairy, but to do that they’ll need magic of their own. Billy will have to collect the bones of a powerful Viking wizard in a different world if he ever wants to free his mother. And to do that, first he has to get there.

Doctor Wonky knows the way. So does the fairy, and she’ll do anything to stop Billy and Nina from succeeding.

What is the Tag Line for your book? (A short description of your book in a sentence or two)

never trust a fairy

Do you write full time or part time


How do you structure your day when you write

If the right brain gets stuck, then I work on the left brain

Why do you write? (Example; For fun, to make extra money, a personal experience you want to share with the public)

For the passion and love of writing

What are you working on right now / or your most recent work

Doctor wonky second book of 12 episodes

What inspired you to create this book

The incredible imagination of one's mind

What genre do you write in and why did you choose it

Children's adventure fantasy,

How much research did you do on your book? (If it applies)

Many, many years, of mythology

How do you think you have evolved creatively from when you first started writing until now

Very much so

What was the hardest thing about writing this book for you


What was the most rewarding

Getting published

If you had to start over, is there anything you would do different

Understanding writing

How have you evolved from when you first started writing until now

Read other books like Harry Potter, Wizard of Oz and learned how to write better

Are you a planner type person, or do you prefer to dive right in when you write

Not good at planning

How much dialogue do you have with your readers

A lot

Do they influence your writing

Very much so they'll almost real people real animals real places

Do you recommend being a part of a support groups to help you with your writing

Yes if you can find them

Do you work with an editor If so, how much input do they have

I work with an editor

Was there anyone in your past that you think influenced your writing


Do you have any tips or useful resources on marketing

Research YouTube and the Internet

How are you publishing this book? (Indie / self-published, traditional)

Self-publishing through create space

What are your thoughts on book series

Very much trending

How long do you think a book should be? (Pages or words)

100 250 pages only but in a series of at least 10

Do you have a strategy for finding reviewers

Not sure

What advice would you give to your younger self today

Pay attention and question before making an decision

What is your favorite book or film

Charlotte's Web

If you don’t already have one, do you have plans to have a book trailer and what are your thoughts on them overall

Absolutely probably through a company called fiberr

What are you working on next

More children's books, and converting screenplays into books

When you get frustrated, how do you deal with it

Concentrating on one book

What advice would you give a writer that is just starting out

Enjoy your passions, the rest will all come into place later

About the Author


At an early age George knew he wanted to be a writer. He first started with poetry. When he took some time off from writing, he began training track and cross country at Grossmont College, Becoming the 26th All-American champion in the 10K cross-country run. While on his long training runs, he would think about writing children’s books in 2004 he published the children’s book titled “under Viking hollows.” next came Doctor wonky a series of 12 epic children’s novels. He has also done some extensive adventure traveling, created bronze wax sculptures and created his own social media site. George now lives in a small beach town with his two dogs. Star, who’s a chow-chow and Runar, and Icelandic sheepdog.