Among the characters in your latest book, who’s your favorite? Could you please describe him/her?
D.J., real name: Dahlia-Jane Reese. She’s magnetic, mercurial, amorphous, charitable, and gravity-endowed. She is difficult to pin down in her rapid shifts from innocently childlike to sage-ancient to foxy-cunning. She keeps you on your toes, the kind of girl that implicitly demands a novel be written about her, or a song, or an entire album of songs. She is also quite haunted (from a childhood trauma) which amps up the intrigue factor. For Alex. For me. For whomever decides to follow her down the rabbit-hole.
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