Character Interview with Eustice –
Main female character in the book Eustice
Who is your favorite author?
Favorite author? Who has time to read? My favorite author would be whatever I could read and not get killed doing it. Favorite author, pffftt. Give me a serious question.
Tell us about your family.
I wish I could tell you more about my family. It would save me a great deal of trouble. But my memories have decided to pull a fart in the wind and vanish on me.
What was the scariest moment of your life?
You ever seen a wraith? You ever get out past The Big Gray and into The Wastes? Scary gets up and walks around out there. You have no idea whats in store for you. Death is just the beginning.
What are you passionate about these days?
Umm, I don't know. How about saving the entire freaking world and not getting my soul shredded into Oblivion or answering stupid questions. That passionate enough for you?
What would we find under your bed?
A moldy floor, things crawling on more legs than is natural, specks of unidentified gunk. I try to avoid my room. You should too.
If I came to visit early in the morning would you impress me as being more like a chirpy bird or a grumpy bear?
I would eat the chirpy bird for breakfast so all you would have left is the grumpy bear. She would probably try to eat you too.
Reaper Corps Book 1
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult
Number of pages: 242
Word Count: 84,000
Eustice P. Jennings awakens alone and confused on an ugly piece of office furniture in Purgatory. Being dead is the least of her problems as she is quickly drafted into the dangerous Reaper Corps and plunged headfirst into the endless conflict between Heaven and Hell. Friends and allies are few and far as Eustice struggles to find her place in a surreal world she never imagined could exist.
About the Author:
Eustice is Alex Gulczynski's debut novel. He is currently living in Seattle and teaching science to elementary students. He and his wife had their first child in December. He is using these sleepless nights to work on the next book to further the story of Eustice and Thayer. He hopes to have it out by March 2013.
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