Hello Ari, it’s a pleasure to have you here today. I have to say I'm every excited to have you here, you are indeed my first girl I have interviewed for my blog! It’s refreshing to be able to sit down with another lovely lady and chat!
So lets get down to business!!!
Tara: Ari, tell me, what was it like having a boy as a best friend?
Ari: Before everything fell apart for Charlie, it was great. Guys see the world a little differently and I loved his perspective on life. On the downside, having a boy as a best friend can be complicated. As we got older our feelings for each other changed and things got a little… messy…
Tara: Describe your perfect day. Who would be there? Where would you go? What would you do?
Ari: My perfect day? Honestly, there are so many people coming in and out of my life and all of them seem to want something… so I guess my perfect day would be somewhere quiet away from them all. I’d take some diet coke and some pizza with me and hope that Jai decides to spend the day with me in my ‘solitude’.
Ari: I’m scared of turtles. No joke. Seriously. Why do they move so slowly? Is it because they’re planning something so masterful and shocking that it’s taking them all this time? These are little creatures with wise faces born with actual body armor! Evil geniuses planning the apocalypse…. I’m telling ya…
Tara: Tell me about when you met Charlie? What was the first thought in your head?
Ari: That kid stole my ball and I want it back.
Tara: Tell me something about Charlie that we don’t learn in the book.
Ari: His favorite movie is Aladdin. He tells everyone it’s Goodfellas but it’s Aladdin.
Tara: Tell me about when you met Jai? What was the first thought in your head?
Ari: That I didn’t trust him. Also, perhaps, that he was quite possibly the best-looking guy I’d ever seen.
Tara: Tell me something about Jai that we don’t learn in the book.
Ari: I’m still learning all there is to know about Jai. He doesn’t give anything away easily.
Tara: If you could another wish, no questions or tricks, what would it be and why?
Ari: To not be The Seal.
Red Vines or Twizlers? Twizlers
Sweet or salty? Both
CakePop or Cupcake? Cupcake
Coke or Pepsi? Coke
City or Mountain? City
Beach or River? Beach
Burger or steak? Burger
Day or night? Day
Brown or Blue eyes? Brown
Blond or brown hair? Brown hair
Favorite color? Green
Favorite place? Cincinnati Zoo
Tara: I want to thank you so much for sitting and chatting with me. any last words you want to say to all the Tater Tots out there?
Ari: Well, thanks for having me, Tara! And yeah, Tater Tots… be careful what you wish for.
For the last two years Ari’s life has been anything but normal and on her 18th birthday,when her friends surprise her with a gimmick genie claiming to grant wishes, Ari discovers the truth. The tragic and strange occurrences surrounding her 16th birthday were not coincidental and her life is never going to be the same again.
Ari’s real parents are not normal. They are not loving. They are not human.
They are myth.
They are Smokeless Fire.
They are Jinn.
Samantha Young is a 26 year old writer who resides in her home county of Stirlingshire, Scotland. She is a self-proclaimed book addict and Kindle junkie, using fantasy, dystopian, sci-fi and paranormal novels to feed her addiction.
After graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in ancient and medieval history, Samantha returned to her main passion, writing, and often incorporates history and mythology into her novels.
Samantha’s first release, The Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy, was followed by a second series titled Warriors of Ankh. At present, she is a full-time writer working on a number of projects for near future release. She is the author of nine novels and one novella. Her young adult paranormal series are Amazon bestselling novels.
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