1. Whose side were you on, those who wanted Skary to join the modern world, or those who wanted to keep it the way it was? 2. What were Katelyn's motivations for changing the town of Skary? Could you relate to Katelyn? Why? 3. Melb and Ainsley have become friends, but suddenly their friendship is tested when both of them are forced to deal with the other's quirks on an ongoing basis. Have you ever struggled with tolerating someone you love when you have to be around them more than usual? How did you cope? What helped you through? What would you do differently next time? 4. Ainsley is trying to schedule a pregnancy. Do you believe we are obsessed in our culture with schedules, or do you think it simply helps us be more productive? 5. If you could live in your town or Skary, Indiana, which would you choose? Why? 6. What does the two-headed snake represent in the story? What in your life acts like a two-headed snake? You marriage, your job, a relationship...' 7. Ainsley is immediately intimidated by Katelyn, even though Ainsley has seemed to have plenty of self-confidence. Why do you think women, in particular, feel the need to compete? 8. Who was your favorite character and why? 9. How did you feel about Martin's resolution? 10. If you could be any character in the book, who would you choose and why? 11. If you could write a Boo book, what would it be about and which character would be your main focus?Gutteridge, Rene is the author of 'Boo Hiss', published 2005 under ISBN 9781400071432 and ISBN 1400071437.