Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Character Days: Rebecca Stone from AND BLOOD TOUCHES BLOOD: Signs & Symbols

Character Days: Rebecca Stone from And Blood Touches Blood: Signs & Symbols

Tell me a little about yourself and the world you live in.
I'm a critical care nurse in the CCU unit of a hospital in Las Vegas, NV. On a daily bases I work with trauma patients that are trying to recover from near fatal injuries. Though this is an exciting town - I work, spending most of my time here and on those brief occasions I visit my humble abode.

Lets jump right in, what's your most closely guarded secret?
My feelings

Tell us about your single most important memory. What was it and how does it affect you now?
Witnessing a gruff older detective reveal his deepest feelings for his partner when his parnter is struggling for his life.

What type of person are you? Are you a hero or do you shy away from conflict?
I don't really think of myself as a hero, but I am very supportive type of persons.

Do you have any hobbies, any special talents?
With my career I don't reall have time for that luxury.

What sets you out from the crowd? Like your talents, would I be able to spot you if I passed you by?
My friends say I have a very friendly glow about me.

What's an ideal day for you?
Nobody dying.

Do you have any one close? Any friends or family of interest?
Maggie, Jon Davis and Bill Turner and Bill's wife Sandi

What about your most prized possession?
My diary.

Back to your story, what initially spurred your actions? Everything had to start somewhere, so where's your beginning?
My mom was very sick and died when I was a small child. The nurse that took care of her was a tremendous influence on be becoming a critical care nurse.

Where do you think your future will lead?
I know where I would like it to lead. But I guess we'll have to wait and see, huh?

Where can we find more about you?
I'll see you again in book 2 of the series - AND BLOOD TOUCHES BLOOD: Unsanctioned Verdict, so far.

Author: Joseph E. Bishoph


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