Sunday, April 1, 2012

Character Interview with Ninna from Runes in Time by Linna Drehmel

I am so excited to be on this very fun blog, I would like to introduce to you a character from my new short story called Runes in time, which I have really come to love: Ninna D’Noir. She lives in a post apocalypse time where humans have either mutated into a vampire or an elf like creature. Ninna is a vampire…I as her creator will interview her she calls me, PHOENIX.

PHOENIX: Ninna welcome to this blog post with me. Please tell all the readers about yourself.

NINNA: What would you like to know? I am a vamp…

PHOENIX: Please tell us about your life. What do you do for a living?

NINNA: Well as a vamp I have to work in the boiler rooms. Only vamps work down there.

PHOENIX: What are the boiler rooms? Why only vamps?

NINNA: In my time the only legal form of power is steam power, most all technology as you would know it has been outlawed for many hundreds of years. The reason only vamps work the boilers is a part of the treaty that was written between the elves and vamps about 100 years post apocalypses. But in my day most of us vamps feel like we are being treated like slaves almost.

PHOENIX: Why is there so much animosity between elves and vamps?

NINNA: This answer goes back many hundreds of years. Before the treaty, there was a power struggle between us, who would control the remaining humans, who would own the boilers and so forth. There were (much like now) more elves than vamps, but us vamps are stronger and live longer than the elves. The elves can procreate faster were we can only have maybe one or two children. However we can turn people into a vamp, we saw our number dwindling and what humans there were left were in bad shape. So a group of humans and a group of vamps came together and the humans wanted to be changed, it solved two problems at once. But the elves didn’t like that we had this power and tried to stop us. There was a very grievous battle between us that cost lives. The treaty put an end to battle but not the hatred elves have for vamps. But enough about me, Phoenix please tell everyone about your new book that is out.

PHOENIX: Thank you Ninna! I wrote this great SciFi book under the pen name Linna Drehmel. It is called H.E.A.R.T. Saga: The Children.

This is a seemingly perfect little world where all worship the HEART of the planet, but all is not well with the HEART’s children. The copper haired outcast DraDonna has forbidden dreams of change. In order for her to save her world, she must risk everything. So she can uncover the HEART’s secret and free them all. This is only the first book in the H.E.A.R.T. Saga.

NINNA: How many books are there in the series?

PHOENIX: I have 5 books planned out. I am about 2/3 done writing book two called The Choice.

NINNA: Sounds great! Who published your book?

PHOENIX: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly publishing. Here is the link to their web site please check them out.

NINNA: Where can one find your book?

PHOENIX: I will attach that link too. I also have another book on amazon. It’s the Dark Light Anthology, also published by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly publishing. It is a collection of 26 great stories. I have 3 stories in it, including a vamp story called The Darkon Prophecy.

NINNA: Where can people find you to chat about your books?

PHOENIX: lots of places and I am very chatty! Here are the links.

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NINNA: Wow you are a busy one. Well I best get back to work. Have a great day!

PHOENIX: Thank you Ninna. She is such a sweet girl. Very pretty, in the dark her eyes glow red but in the sun her eyes are a lovely shade of brown. Yeah I know what you are thinking…my vamps do not burn up in the sun nor do they sparkle.

Thank you for having us on your blog.

~Linna Drehmel
SciFi/Fantasy/Goth author with
Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly publishing
H.E.A.R.T. Saga: The Children
The Dark Light anthology
Let your light so shine!


Linna Drehmel said...

thanks for having me on your blog.

Lovetiggi said...

Hi Linna! What an awesome blog!

Carrieann said...

Great interview with you and Ninna! :)