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Interview with Theron Ward from Dylan Doose's FIRE AND SWORD (Book One of Sword and Sorcery Series)

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We’re thrilled to be talking to Theron Ward from Dylan Doose’s, Fire and Sword , book one in the Sword and Sorcery series.  It is a pleasure to have him with us today at Pimp That Character!   Thank you for your interview, Theron Ward.  What would I hate the most about you? In your world, I would be known as a “mansplainer.” Let me explain to you what that is… Where do you go when you are angry? I go face to face with the one who angered me. What makes you laugh out loud? My own jokes. There are few people who can deliver an insult with such perfect form as I. What is your most treasured possession? I treasure the sword my father left me, though I do not so much treasure my father. The sword gave me freedom from the monotony of my heritage as an aristocrat. With my father’s sword in hand, I hunt monsters and I am free. What is your greatest fear? I fear I am a hypocrite. I am a monster hunter and when one is hunting monsters, it becomes difficult at times to know

Interview with James Harris from James S. Kelly's MAGNOLIA

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We’re thrilled to be talking to James Harris from James S. Kelly's Magnolia.  It is a pleasure to have him with us today at Pimp That Character! Thank you for your interview, James Harris.   How old are you and what do you do for a living?  I’m 44years old and I’m the Administrative Assistant to President Abraham Lincoln. As the son-in-law of the Prime Minister of England, I carry sensitive messages back and forth between the two leader ? What would I love the most about you? My warmth Where do you go when you are angry? In my study What is your most treasured possession? My children What is your greatest fear? I’ll finish out my life alone Do you think the author portrayed you accurately? Yes Are you a loner or do you prefer to surround yourself with friends? I’m more of a loner though friends I’ve made, remain throughout my lifetime Who is your best friend? John Beauregard, my childhood frien

Interview with Josephine Mann from Rie Sheridan Rose’s The Marvelous Mechanical Man

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We’re thrilled to be talking to Josephine Mann from Rie Sheridan Rose’s The Marvelous Mechanical Man .  It is a pleasure to have her with us today at Pimp That Character! Thank you for your interview, Josephine .   How old are you and what do you do for a living? Please, call me Jo. I am 25...no, 26 now, and I am technically research assistant for Professor Alistair Conn. I also aspire to be a writer. Can you tell us about one of your most distinguishable features? Oh, that would be my hair. It’s a lovely shade of red, but far too curly and hard to manage. I can’t keep it tamed to save my life! Normally, I don’t bother. I just let it hang like a school girls. Though I have recently become aware of the value of keeping a few hairpins handy… What would I love the most about you? I am a very loyal friend. I will go out of my way to help anyone I know. I protect my friends at all costs. And I can keep a secret...usually. What would I hate the m

Interview with Charlie McKay from W. L. Brooks, Unearthing the Past

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We’re very happy to be talking to Charlie McKay from W. L. Brooks, Unearthing the Past.  It is a pleasure to have her with us today at Pimp That Character! Thank you for your interview, Charlie.   How old are you and what do you do for a living?  I’m twenty-five and run my family’s diner. What is in your refrigerator right now?  Milk, coffee grounds, leftovers from last night’s meatloaf, the rest of my daughter’s oatmeal from this morning, creamer, bottled water, fruits, vegetables, and condiments and such. What is your most treasured possession?  A box of recipes given to me by my foster mother, Anita. What is your greatest fear?  Something happening to my family—it happens more than you’d think. Or…at least it does in my family. What are three must haves when shopping at the grocery store?  Popcorn, ice cream, and coffee. Are you a loner or do you prefer to surround yourself with friends?  Oh, I love to be with people. Tha

Character Interview: Annie Pierson from J. Arlene Culiner's The Turkish Affair

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  We’re excited to have Annie Pierson from J. Arlene Culin er 's The Turkish Affair here with us today.   Thank you for your interview, Anne.   How old are you and what do you do for a living? I’m in my late forties, and I’m a translator and tour guide. I used to be a famous Washington television journalist, but that was a long time ago, before scandal hit, and I had to leave the USA. Can you tell us about one of your most distinguishable features? I’m not sure I have any, these days. Back when I was on television every single day, I made sure I was as glamorous as possible. I wore flashy clothes, my hair was cut short and dyed blond. But these days, I try to be as discrete. I don’t want people recognizing me as the star I was back then. Now, I have long brown hair mixed silvery threads. I’m still slim, but my wardrobe consists of simple, Indian print cotton dresses in summer, and many layers of woolly unglamorous clothes in winter, wh

Character Interview: Katherine O'Brian from MaryAnn Kempher's MOCHA, MOONLIGHT, AND MURDER

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  We’re thrilled to be talking to Katherine O'Brian from MaryAnn Kempher's MOCHA, MOONLIGHT, AND MURDER .  It is a pleasure to have her with us today at Pimp That Character! We’re thrilled to be talking to Katherine O’Brian from MaryAnn Kempher’s Mocha, Moonlight, and Murder .  It is a pleasure to have her with us today at Pimp That Character! Thank you for your interview, Katherine.   How old are you and what do you do for a living ? I’m twenty-eight and I work at Avalon Apparels. It’s their headquarters. I’m an office assistant. Can you tell us about one of your most distinguishable features? Oh gosh, I don’t know. People compliment me on my dark blonde hair. I like it because it’s thick. I hope it stays that way. My mom’s got thin as she got older. What would I love the most about you? Oh wow. What do people like the most about me? Probably my sense of humor. I can be sarcastic and I’ve been called a smart you know what, but I’m n

Character Interview: The Journalist from Kiran Bhat's we of the forsaken world

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  We’re thrilled to be talking to the journalist from Kiran Bhat's, we of the forsaken world .  It is a pleasure to have him with us today at Pimp That Character! Thank you for your interview.   How old are you and what do you do for a living? I am 34. I am a journalist Can you tell us about one of your most distinguishable features? I have high cheekbones. I look like my father in the face, and look like my mother in skintone. Whichever one makes me look more like a foreigner depends on who is looking at me. What would I love the most about you? My sense of humor. What would I hate the most about you? My sense of humor. Where do you go when you are angry? I guess I go by the window and smoke. There isn’t much that pisses me off, I would have to admit. But, if I feel a little too self-conscious, I find a cigarette takes it out of me. What makes you laugh out loud? I don’t think I laugh that way. People rarely talk about me as if I laugh at all.