I’m very excited to have Hilary Weisman Graham by the blog today for a unique interview in haikus! Check out the rest of the blog tour here.
Hilary Weisman Graham is the author of Reunited. She is an award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter, and novelist.
She lives in rural New Hampshire with her husband and son, roughly thirty minutes away from the nearest grocery store. You can find her on the web at her website, Goodreads, Facebook, and Twitter.
Who was your favorite character to write in Reunited?
It’s hard to pick one
Because I love all three girls
But Tiernan was fun.
If you were going on a road trip, where would you go?
This summer, I’ll drive
three-thousand miles and visit
five national parks!
What band would you drive more than a few hours to go see in concert?
I’d drive to the moon
To see the Beatles play live
But I missed my chance.
What has been your favorite show you have worked with producing?
The show was Wild Web —
great people, lots of travel,
and cool interviews.
If you were given the opportunity to travel back in time, where/when would you go?
I wish I could meet
My ancestors in Russia
3 Ex-Best Friends
Alice, Summer, and Tiernan are ex-best friends.
Back in middle school, the three girls were inseparable. They were also the number one fans of the rock band Level3.
But when the band broke up, so did their friendship. Summer ran with the popular crowd, Tiernan was a rebellious wild-child, and Alice spent high school with her nose buried in books.
Now, just as the girls are about to graduate, Level3 announces a one-time-only reunion show.
Even though the concert’s 2000 miles away, Alice buys three tickets on impulse. And as it turns out, Summer and Tiernan have their own reasons for wanting to get out of town. Good thing Alice’s graduation gift (a pea-green 1976 VW camper van known as the Pea Pod) is just the vehicle to get them there.
But on the long drive cross-country, the girls hit more than a few bumps in the road. Will their friendship get an encore or is the show really over?