This delightful, smiley young lady was more than willing to talk over Dream Weaver with me. She brought not only her smiles but her wildly infectious good mood and went over her ups and downs of the book. Here are her thoughts:
Sofia~ What did you think of the concept of dream weaving?
Casey~ I loved it! It reminded me of how you can see what they are thinking. And how they interact with people inside their dreams.🙂
Sofia~ Who was your favorite character?
Casey~ Wuz. I liked how he saved Ari and how he interacted with Gran. If he was in the part, I liked it.🙂
Sofia~ What was your favorite scene in the book?
Casey~ The party scene! I liked how she had to dress up to get out of her comfort zone and so did he.🙂
Sofia~ Was there anything in particular that grabbed you about Dream Weaver?
Casey~ It’s different from other books. Other books go from romantic to adventure, there’s nothing to connect the two. The spiritual aspect connects them in your book. It helps non-Christians to understand Christians. Dream Weavers have a bond with the Dream Maker, like we have a bond with God.🙂
Sofia~ Who was your least favorite character?
Casey~Queenie and General Tom. The whole war is dedicated to them. They are the cause of the war. The General is lovestruck. He wants the Queen to love him and she does, but she doesn’t want to.😦
Sofia~Did you learn anything about relationships in this book? Like with Cy and Ari?
Casey~ Not really. Cy confuses Ari. I feel like the Queen shouldn’t have pushed them together. But, that happens a lot in high school.😦
Sofia~Where guys and girls are pushed together by their friends?
Sofia~Wow. Were all your questions answered by the end of the book?
Casey~ No! There needs to be a sequel! I want to know what happens to Gran, I’d like to know more of her story and how she converts the Outcasts. I need to know what happens to Cy and Ari. And Del, too!🙂
Thank you Casey for your interview! These thoughts gave me insight on which direction I should take as I write book two! I love your smiles and your happy attitude, and especially your thoughts on this book. Be blessed sweet friend!!