Interview with a character

Emily David’s Interview Notebook

3 October 2018

PRE-INTERVIEW NOTES:

Full name: Zac Hall

Age: 16

Appearance: Black unkempt hair. Light brown eyes. Lightly tanned skin.

Book:  The White Wolf Trilogy – The Stray

First impressions: Overall, Zac seems somewhat curious and nervous as to why I have requested to interview him but at the same time, he acts oblivious to the fact that he has a book written about him. Maybe he does not know? Oooh, plot twist!

Things to remember about the book: Woof woof a.k.a man’s best friend.

Note to self: Try not to make many werewolf jokes 😛

INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT:

EMILY: So Zac, how would you describe yourself?

ZAC: I don’t usually get the chance to introduce myself, being from a small town, everybody already knows me. And I’m usually with my father if I meet anyone new so he introduces me.

EMILY: Well, you are doing quite well so far. You seem very polite. Do you have any allergies, diseases, or any other physical weaknesses?

ZAC: I had a peanut allergy when I was little but I grew out of it. I still kind of avoid them though, just in case.

EMILY: *Note to self: check if Zac carries any silver. Are werewolves allergic to silver??*

EMILY: Are you right- or left-handed?

ZAC: Right handed though I sometimes practice with my left hand so that I could use it if needed.

EMILY: *Note to self: hmmm… I wonder if he is a werewolf?*

EMILY: You have a unique voice but for our readers, how would you describe your voice?

ZAC: My voice is deep but sometimes squeaks in response to human puberty.

EMILY: What do you currently have in your pockets?

ZAC: Wallet, keys and phone. Was I supposed to have anything else?

EMILY: *Note to self: Zac’s keys might be silver? Maybe he isn’t a werewolf?*

EMILY: What is your favourite and least favourite climate?

ZAC: I always liked spring best. My town always looks so pretty with the trees and forests so full of life.

EMILY: Do you have any quirks, strange mannerisms, annoying habits, or other defining characteristics?

ZAC: I’m often told that I run my hands through my hair when I’m nervous. I also always arrive late to important things.

EMILY: *Note to self: Zac’s hair currently looks unruly.*

EMILY: Who is your role model? Do you aspire to be like anyone?

ZAC: I don’t really have a role model but I do want to be drafted for a college soccer team when I graduate. Hopefully I can play through college and then be picked up by a team after that.

EMILY: What sound or noise do you love?

ZAC: I always loved the purring of content cats. It’s so soothing, when Dylan’s cat sits next to me and purrs.

EMILY: *Note to self: don’t make howling noises, resist the urge.*

EMILY: What sound or noise do you hate?

ZAC: I absolutely hate the sound of Styrofoam rubbing on something. Like pulling it out of a cardboard box and it makes that squeaking noise.

EMILY: What is your spirit animal? And why this animal?

ZAC: I thought it would be like a border collie, they’re always so happy and ready for anything.

EMILY: What is the most embarrassing thing ever to happen to you?

ZAC: I think it was that one time I slipped over on my way out of the showers in the locker room after gym. My towel fell off and the whole class laughed at me.

Is that all your questions? Because I really need to get back home.

EMILY: Yeah, that’s it, Zac. Thank you for your time.

POST INTERVIEW NOTES:

Overall, Zac really has no idea he has a book written about him and I am still not sure if he is a werewolf or not. This remains a mystery.

~~~~

ebook coverThis has been a fictional interaction between Emily David, a journalist intern who writes for Mystic magazine from the upcoming novella by Antonia Bryan, and Zac Hall from The White Wolf Trilogy – The Stray by Amanda Geisler.

To find out more about Zac Hall, get your hands on a copy of The Stray today!

~ Antonia Bryan

 

 

 

 

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