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Interview with Ghost - Character from The Last Guardian
It is not uncommon to interview authors. I do it regularly. What I have never done is interview a character before. I got the change with Joan Hazel's The Last Guardianand had a great time conversing with Ghost. He is fun. He is cute. He is the brother that irritates you but this one happens to be hot!
Here is my interview of Ghost, a character in The Last Guardian.
Interview with Ghost
How did it feel to have a woman fall for Mika over you?
I have to confess at first I was really confused. I mean really, Mika over me? I’m not saying I’m better looking than Mika or any of the others, I just think I understand women better. But I saw the way CJ looked at him and I knew I didn’t have a chance with her so we moved on.
What do you look for in a woman?
I learned from Saint the old adage about eyes being the window to the soul is pretty much true. The first thing I notice about a woman are her eyes. I am not talking about their color. In a woman’s eyes I can see if she possesses compassion, humor, shyness, passion. All that and more can all been found there. But if we are talking about physicality, I like women who are athletic and I will let you figure out what I mean by that.
We know there is tension between you and Fergus. Why do you think this is so?
Where do I begin? It could be a jealousy thing. After all I am younger and let’s face it, dare I say model quality at all times. He is stuck in the past and refuses to come into the 20th let alone 21st century. But mostly Fergus’ biggest problem is he has no sense of humor. He’s all business, all the time. I don’t think I have seen him laugh once in 100 years. I, on the other hand, am the exact opposite. I find humor in just about everything and that tends to get under his skin a bit..
How do you like the fame you are getting from The Last Guardian?
I know I should say it doesn’t matter that much to me, but I would be lying. In truth I think it’s awesome! I could say more but that would sound a bit too cocky and I am not that kind of guy.
Do you prefer your human form or your wolf form?
Now that really is a tough question. They both have great qualities. Most of the time I stay in human form, but nothing can compare to power and speed of being a wolf. It is an exhilarating rush to race through the mountains with the leaves crunching beneath your paws or to throw back your head and howl.
Between you and me, how do you get along with Joan Hazel, the author of your world?
No one really knows this but I guess I can tell you. Joan was actually chosen by the Pack to write our story. We liked the energy and passion she brought to the table. On a personal level, she and I get along pretty good. We go to the movies quite often and I go with her when she shops for clothes. Don’t tell her this, but she needs help picking the right colors and styles. A fashion maven she is not.
Ms. Hazel is working on a piece that focuses on Saint. How involved are you in that piece?
So far I am less involved in this project than I was in the first one, and that’s cool with me. Saint deserves to have his story told. After all it’s not all about me. Wait. Did I actually say that?
What is your best characteristic and why?
You know how with Lay’s potato chips you can’t eat just one. I’m kind of like that. There’s too much perfection to pick just one thing.
I have a friend who just loves your character. Are you finding a lot of fans out there?
I have a few fans and I truly appreciate each one.
If you had to choose amongst all those TV shows you watch, which would be the top one?
I have so many! Lately I have really gotten into Grimm. I like when the old tales are brought into the present. I’m not really a fan of reality TV, but I like all the paranormal stuff on SyFy and Travel Channels. They are hilarious.
The Last Guardian
Do you like romance? Do you like paranormal? This is a book then you have to read.
CJ has been suffering with severe headaches for years. She also converses with a voice in her head. It is from her childhood imaginary friend. She knows he is not real, but he is like a security blanket to her. Until the truth of her heritage comes out and she discovers more about herself and her 'imaginary' friend.
Thank You, Ghost
Ghost, thank you so much for taking time between missions to correspond with me. I really enjoyed it and can't wait for the sequel to find out more about the Delta Pack. Keep up the good work.
For more information, check out Joan Hazel's site at www.joanhazel.com.