Heather Davis is the author of Never Cry Werewolf, The Clearing, and Wherever You Go. She lives in the Pacific Northwest, and you can find her on the web at her website.
If the characters from Wherever You Go got stuck on a deserted island, who would fare the best? The worst? And who would be the one to get them off the island?
In a sense, Rob is already on his own deserted island because he is a ghost who is invisible to almost everyone. He doesn’t fare well. He need people more now than he ever did when he was alive.
Who was your favorite character to write in Wherever You Go?
My favorite character to write was Rob. As I wrote the draft of the book, I really began to understand him more and more. I fell in love with him and I hope that readers will, too.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I think writing a novel is difficult no matter how you approach it. I often hear the first line in my head before I even start writing the book. I hear the “voice” of the book in my mind and begin from those whisperings.
If you could go back in time for one day, where would you choose?
That’s hard to choose. Maybe it would be a day where I was relaxing on a beach or a day when I was surrounded by my good friends and troubles seemed far away.