Indie Block Party #3-Character Interview

Indie-block-party-1024x717Thanks again to Fel and Dawna for hosting this fun little blog hop. The main list of participants can be found here.

For today’s post we were to interview one of the characters from our WIP. I interviewed Jade Riverholm, the main character for Dark Fury. Here are her answers.

Before your story began, what were your hopes for the future? What changed that?

When I was growing up my hopes were to go to college and live a normal life like anyone else. What changed that was I lost several people very close to my family when I was a teenager and decided to help protect people whether they are mortal or supernatural.

Who do you love?

Stone Westwick. We can never be together though. He is the latest fugitive I have track down and turn over to my superiors. It also doesn’t help that we come from two very different worlds.

What do you collect?

I collect knives. I started collecting them when my father gave me my first knife when I was a teenager.

Who are your closest friends?

Sidney, Kale, and Tara. We’ve been friends all of our lives.

Who is your favorite author?

That’s a tough one. I would have to say my favorite author is Sherrilyn Kenyon. I love her Dark Hunter series.

What are your most prized possessions?

A set of rings that belonged to my grandmother, a knife my father gave me that had been his and had been given to him by his father, and a charm necklace my mother wore.

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7 thoughts on “Indie Block Party #3-Character Interview

  1. Am I sensing a promotional item in her knife collection? What kind does she favor?

    I’ve been studying smithery for my novel, more swords than knives, but in studying it I’m learning the distinction a bit too because knives are much more common than swords in modern times.

    1. The knife she favors the most is the one given to her by father because it a knife that has been in her family for generations. For her to add a knife to her collection the handle has to be unique. She loves knives with handles that have intricate carvings on them. The more intricate the better.

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