Fiona is the main character of my short story Silence, which will be published in the short story collection I’m publishing on January 15th, and then on its own later in the year. She’s a runaway from a tech company that wants to use her DNA to make a race of superhumans, which is why she’ll come across as borderline rude in this interview. She doesn’t trust easily. I hope you enjoy her interview. :)
Fiona: *heads into the interview room and sits down, looking rather tense* Hello.
Interviewer: Hello. How are you today?
Interviewer: Shall we get started?
Interviewer: What is your name?
Fiona: Fiona Wildman
Interviewer: How old are you?
Interviewer: Do you have any siblings?
Interviewer: Do you have a job?
Fiona: I worked at a junk shop, but that job is gone now.
Interviewer: What happened?
Fiona: Nothing important.
Interviewer: Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
Fiona: I’m naturally an extrovert, I think, but I act more introverted.
Interviewer: What is your favorite food?
Fiona: Black licorice.
Interviewer: Favorite color?
Interviewer: Do you prefer movies or books?
Interviewer: What is your favorite book?
Fiona: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
Interviewer: What is your favorite animal?
Interviewer: What are your hobbies?
Fiona: Reading and sketching.
Interviewer: Which of these is most important to you: Kindness, intelligence, or bravery?
Interviewer: And honesty or selflessness?
Interviewer: What is something you can never leave the house without?
Fiona: A well-stocked backpack.
Interviewer: What constitutes “well-stocked”?
Fiona: So long as it has anything I need to survive for a few days away from home, it’s well-stocked.
Interviewer: *nods* That was the last question. Thank you for your time.
Fiona: *nods and leaves*