Book Character Interview: Earthbreaker

Earthbreaker

Urban Fantasy
by USA Today Bestselling Author Robert Jeschonek

The power of Mother Earth is on her side.

As Mother Earth in human form, Gaia Charmer has all the power of the world behind her. But will even that be enough for this sexy, gutsy private eye to solve the mystery of her missing Landkind friends?

Book Character Interview

Today’s special guest in our interview room ist Gaia Charmer a Landkind from Robert Jeschonek’s „Earthbreaker“. Her breathtaking adventure in our Souls And Shadows boxset is not her first  encounter with danger.  Gaia’s first appearance, in the book EARTHSHAKER, is on sale everywhere online as an ebook, paperback, and audiobook. Don’t miss them!

Q: May I offer you something to drink?

Gaia: Coffee w/double cream, double sugar

Q: I hope you had some time to recover from your last adventure in “Earthshaker”. Tell me, what is your favorite relaxing pastime?

Gaia: For relaxation, I spend time with my boyfriend, Sheriff Dale Briar, who’s an amateur geologist…what they call a “rock hound.”

Q: Where did you grow up? Do you have fond memories of your childhood?

Gaia: I came into existence as a full-grown adult in her 20s, living in the small town of Confluence, Pennsylvania. As an avatar of Mother Earth in human form, I’ve actually lived many lives in many places throughout history, though I don’t remember all of them.

Q: Whom or what do you really hate?

Gaia: I hate those who seek to pollute and ruin the Earth, which is the source of my being, my power, and my happiness.

Q: What is your biggest fear?

Gaia: My biggest fear is that those I love will get hurt by being in the crossfire of my battles with the forces that want to exploit and destroy me.

Q: What makes you smile?

Gaia: People who try to take care of the environment and preserve the world for future generations of all species.

Q: I’d love to hear about your future plans. Is there anything you can reveal?

Gaia: I’m digging deeper into my past as Earth’s avatar, trying to discover the secrets that made me who I am.

Thank you, Gaia! We hope to hear (and read) more from you soon!

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