Hello! Today with us we have the amazing Marai bin Ahu! *Applause*
Angelina: What is your full name? Do you have a nickname (if so, who calls you this)?
Marai bin Ahu: Marai bin Ahu
Angelina: Which book are you from? Who’s your creator and what do you think of him?
Marai bin Ahu: Children of Stone Series – Mary R. Woldering – She got most of the stories right but maybe the whole story runs too long
Angelina: What do you look like? If someone were to play you in a movie, who would it be?
Marai bin Ahu Tall and muscular, silver and gold hair bronze skin beard but no moustache – with some work in the makeup department, Jason Momoa (looks imposing enough but a bit too wild) – Image provided by the author.
Angelina: What does your voice sound like?
Marai bin Ahu: Avery powerful baritone
Angelina: Do you have a motto? If so, what is it?
Marai bin Ahu: The sons of Ahu are stubborn men
Angelina: Do you have any annoying habits, quirks, strange mannerisms, or other defining characteristics?
Marai bin Ahu: I’m actually painfully shy and tend to stay away from most people. It took a lot of work for me to speak and be comfortable around others.
Angelina: Do you have any physical traits that stand out (such as scars, birthmarks, tattoos, tentacles etc.)? If you have scars, how did you get them? If you have tattoos, why did you get them and what meaning do they have to you?
Marai bin Ahu: No.
Angelina: Which words or phrases do you most overuse?
Marai bin Ahu: Not a big talker, so none
Angelina: What do you consider the most important event of your life so far?
Marai bin Ahu: When the Children came, bringing my goddess to me.
Angelina: Do you have a girlfriend, boyfriend, a harem etc?
Marai bin Ahu: I have three female friends. It really isn’t a harem because I consider them wives but I have only had relations with two of them. The third I am helping to heal in other ways.
Angelina: Which person do you wish you were closest to?
Marai bin Ahu: I’m Already close to the ones I want, but I would like to find my sister again.
Angelina: Why should the readers pick up your story and where can they get it?
Marai bin Ahu: It’s a good story with a lot of hidden truth in it. It’s strange in places and romantic too – living history that’s stranger than truth. From Amazon or from contacting Mary R. Woldering via email or Facebook or at signings.
See you next Wednesday with next Book Character – Willa by L.D. Wosar!