I am very excited to have an interview with Kei, one of the two main characters of Stefne Miller’s new book, Collision.
Here is Kei:
Where is the place you would love most to travel to?
Since I’ve met Cabot, I’ve been doing much more traveling. I’ve been to many of the places that I’ve always dreamt of visiting. One place I still haven’t been and would be thrilled to visit, is China.
Who is your favorite Princess?
Belle is my favorite Disney Princess. She was rather odd (like me) and didn’t seem to mind. I always respected that about her. And she loved to read, which I do as well.
What’s your favorite food to eat when you are in America?
I’ve fallen in love with shredded potatoes that have been fried and then covered in white gravy. Cabot’s father makes them for breakfast when we’re in town. He makes extras for me because he knows how much I love them. I’m not ashamed to say that I gorge myself on them.
With your skill in photography, is there a place you would love to photograph? Or a specific group like nature shots, people, or flowers you love to photograph the most now?
Photography is much of the reason that I would like to travel to China. Not only is the scenery amazing but the children are spectacular.
With all of the travel we’ve been doing, my photography has been mostly of Cabot or our family and friends in various locations, but I also love to take photographs of the locals. I find people fascinating and photographs catch moments that leave you wondering. I love that about them.
Can you share with us one of your favorite stories from your time in Uganda?
I’ve experienced a lot of amazing things in my time in Uganda, but some of my most favorite stories are very simple conversations that I’ve had with people. There’s something about sitting at someone’s feet and listening to them tell their stories. And wow, do the people of northern Uganda have some amazing stories! I’ve learned so much about handling loss and tragedy just because I’ve listened to those who have had to do so themselves in such massive amounts. You can’t walk away from those talks unchanged. It just isn’t humanly possible.
Be sure to check out my review of Collision as well.
About Collision by Stefne Miller: Cab Stone has it all—fame, fortune and the adoration of millions of women across the globe. When the constant attention from fans and expectations from his handlers becomes too much, he escapes the craziness of press junkets and movie sets and escapes to Asheville, North Carolina to hide away for the summer.
He expects peace, quiet, and solitude. What he doesn’t expect is to meet a fiery redhead who changes everything he knows about the world.
The daughter of missionaries, Kei Sallee lives a life of service to others. She has little, expects less, and helps heal the hearts of thousands in Uganda, where she grew up. When she finds herself staying in the same guesthouse as Cab Stone, she vows to ignore his Greek god good looks and spend the summer as she had planned—in peace, quiet, and solitude.
Cab and Kei’s lives couldn’t be more different…or more the same.
Despite, or perhaps because of, their vastly different yet startlingly similar backgrounds, Cab and Kei strike up an unlikely friendship that could possibly blossom into something more. But Kei fears that the truth about her past will prevent pretty-boy Cab, who is used to getting everything he wants, from fully committing to her.
When two completely different worlds experience a Collision, can they exist as one?