One more day until A Reliant Love is available to all of you lovely people! I can't wait to hear your feedback and for everyone to read it. Remember, it's completely different than the Curse Books series and something I've never done before. I just am so excited for you all to read it!
Today we're interviewing Pete and Cindy. Separately, of course.
First up is Petey, let's see what he has to say.
Interviewer: Welcome. Thank's for taking the time to meet with us.
Pete: Sure. I mean, it's required, right?
I: Technically, yes. Please state your name, age and something about yourself.
P: The name's Peter MacDonald. I'm twenty-two and a senior at UMA. I played varsity football and lacrosse in high school and was pretty damn good.
I: Do you play here?
P: No, I quit after high school. Well, not quit. I just don't really have time for a lot of extras. I work a lot of different jobs so I'm busy. Plus school. Sports fell down the responsibility ladder.
I: What do you do for work?
P: I work at a bar. I do yard work for my apartment building--it pays the rent. I also will do odd jobs when people need it. Sometimes I'm a bouncer during the school year. Random stuff, but hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.
I: When you have free time, what do you like to do?
P: A lot of the time, I go home. I have a twin and my mom is home a lot. My sister is in a wheelchair so I like to check in and make sure everything's okay.
I: What's your sister's name?
I: If you don't mind me asking, why is she in a wheelchair?
P: I actually do mind you asking. So if we can move on, that'd be great. Last time I checked this was questions about school.
I: Sorry. So what is your major and plans after college?
P: I'm a liberal arts major. I don't really have a plan yet. I know, that sounds crazy, but I'm happy where I'm at. I'll probably move home for a little, make sure everything's settled and then get a real job. I like bars and food so maybe I'll work at a restaurant or own one, or something. I'm not worried.
I: All right. Thanks for talking!
P: No problem. Sorry about, uh, before, you know.
Cindy's interview, coming right up!
Interviewer: Hello and welcome. Please state your name, age and something about yourself.
Cindy: My name is Cynthia Whitmore, but everyone calls me Cindy. I'm just eighteen and a freshman. I'm living in Winter dorms this year and I'm super excited. Something about me? I'm obsessed with changing my hair color.
I: Great! So what's your favorite color?
C: Tough question. My favorite is probably black. But I love when my hair is blue or maroon. The dark hues really go with my lighter skin.
I: So what are you looking forward to about college?
C: The partying of course. My dad owns a chain of clubs so I'm used to it, but now that I have a fake ID I can't wait to meet some awesome people and party.
I: Is there anything you're nervous about?
C: Well this weekend I met my roommate and she seems all right and all but I have a feeling she's going to be a major problem. She kept telling me about all the older guys she's hooked up with. I'm praying she doesn't plan to bring them to the dorm room. I don't judge but I need my quiet time, too.
I: How do you think college will be different than high school?
C: Hopefully people will be cooler. In my high school the rich bitches always talked shit on me. They'd call me shit and laugh. It's not like I care, but I hope in college people are a bit more mature. I know my hair's a spectacle sometimes, but who cares. I can do whatever I want. Nobody's going to change that.
I: What do you like to do in your free time?
C: I love me some movies. I'm a huge TV and movie nut. Sometimes I'll stay home on the weekend and binge watch something on Netflix. I mean, who doesn't. But seriously, I go crazy. I think I've watched every single episode of every season of Survivor.
I: Lastly, what do you want to do after college.
C: Seriously? I have no idea. I want to be a veterinarian or a tech so that's my job. But as to where I'll live or where I'll travel, who knows. I can pretty much do whatever. But for now, and at least the next four years, I'm good with being here.
I: Well, we hope you have a great year.
C: Thanks! If you ever want a makeover, you know where to go.
The book will be released TOMORROW so get ready. Also don't forget to enter the good reads giveaway by midnight tonight for a chance to win the first paperback copy of ARL!
Tomorrow, I'm going to post interviews with Frank and Karina, Sam's roommates so be sure to check it out. I'll also have some giveaway going on for kindle copies, nook copies and even some paperbacks. It's going to be a fun day so come back!