Thursday, March 29, 2012

Character Interview: Eren from The Secret of Spruce Knoll


Hey Eren! So glad to have you on my blog today! 
Thanks for having me over. You have a nice place here. There is coffee, right? 

Explain to us what a channeler is. It’s quite unique, something I’ve never heard of before. 
Before last year I hadn't either. Channeler's can channel their energy and use it like a physical force, using it to either fight or heal. We can push things, pull things, manipulate just about anything with our energy. It's kind of cool once you get used to the wierdness of it.  

If you could change one thing your life, what would it be? 
That's easy. I'd wish my parents were still alive. I have a ton of questions for them, like why didn't they tell me what I was, would they have wanted this life for me? That's the toughest thing. 

Describe your relationship with Aiden in two words. ;)
Supportive, perfect. He's amazing, what can I say? 

Aside from your awesome channeler powers, if you could have any other super power in the world, what would it be?
I'd love to be able to turn invisible. Imagine the things you could find out that way! 

What are some things you like to do for fun?
I love to run. I know some people think it's work but to me it's freedom. I also enjoy art. Someday I hope to be a famous painter.  

What do you expect from the future?
You mean besides the doom and gloom my grandfather preaches about? Ha! I hope he's wrong because I expect college, art shows, and maybe even marriage somewhere down the line. Can you imagine, little Aiden's? How cool would that be?

The Secret of Spruce Knoll by Heather McCorkle
Pages: 388
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance

Following the tragic death of her parents, Eren Donovan moves to Spruce Knoll to live with an aunt she’s never met. Little does Eren know the entire town of Spruce Knoll is filled with “channelers”—a magical group of people who immigrated to the small Colorado town when they were driven out of their own lands. Channelers are tied to the fate of the world. As the world slowly dies, so do they—and they alone have the power to stop the destruction of Earth. Soon, Eren learns she not only lives among them, but she is one. When she meets local boy Aiden, his charm convinces her that being a channeler may not be all bad though. As Eren and Aiden’s relationship develops, so too does a mystery in Spruce Knoll. The town holds many secrets—and many dangers. It soon becomes apparent that the untimely death of Eren’s parents was no accident and that her life might be in danger too. Only time will tell if Eren can embrace her unwanted power and protect the only family she has left.

8 comments:

  1. Great interview, Eren, thanks for doing it! :)

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  2. I love this interview! But I'm so glad non of us can be invisible. We might not want to know what is going on beyond our eyes. :)

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  3. Terrific interview! I'd love the option of invisibility too.

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  4. I love character interviews. It's nice to get a glimpse of the story's personality beyond what's in the book description.

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  5. I'd never thought of using invisibility to find out dirt on others. Now that sounds like fun...

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  6. I had no idea you wanted to be a painter. I love learning new stuff about my author friends. :)

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