#CharacterInterviews- Lost Time and Missing Yesterdays

missing yesterdays


Please allow me to introduce author Terry Marchion, who lives in Seattle in the Pacific Northwest of the US.  Aside from drinking too much coffee, he’s an avid sports fan, loves science and ancient roman history.  He loves science fiction, thrillers and mysteries but no matter the genre, sitting down to read a good book is always a pleasure.  He’s been in the embroidery industry for 20+ years and has published various articles in trade magazines. Terry found himself intrigued with the prospect of a Character Interview and stopped by to share his character Tremain with us today through a witty dialog I enjoyed reading thoroughly and hope you shall as well.

Please tell us about you. 

What is your name?  My name is Tremain

Does your name have any special significance?  Significance?  Hmm . . . aside from the fact that it’s mine, no.

Where were you born and where do you now reside?  I was born here on New Earth – in Capital City.  I still live here – my lab is just off Centennial Park.  My sister doesn’t believe I have a place of my own as I seem to spend most of my time at the lab . . . (looks away, sheepishly).  Don’t know what she’s talking about.

What internal battles do you struggle with or what would you like to change about yourself?  Change?  Hmm . . . I do seem to lose an inordinate amount of sandwiches.

Do you have a personal creed you live by?  Always seek the truth.  If you don’t ask questions, you’ll never learn anything new.

What are you most passionate about and what do you despise most?  Passionate?  Science, of course.  I love discovering new and interesting things.  What do I despise?  Hmm . . . interviews mostly (looks directly at interviewer).  No, the thing I dislike most in the universe is dishonesty.  Science and discovery are by their very nature honest and real.

Please share your story with us. 

When and where is your tale set?  Well, we start off in my lab.  Circumstances being what they were, we ended up  . . . somewhere else.

Who shares in your adventure and how are they important to you? My nephew Christopher.  He’s such a bright boy, but I think our little adventure was a little too much for him at first.  He learns fast, though.  Have to give him some credit there.  He’s very important to me as he’s my only nephew.  I would hope he wants to follow in my footsteps, although his mother may have something to say about that.  (chuckles nervously)

What is it you seek to achieve, change or create? In a nutshell, we need to get back home.  Restore it, if you will.

What challenges or obstacles stand in your way?  There’s a little matter of our past being erased, but we fixed that . . . I think.  You’re here, after all.

What Inspired you to this course of action?  Primarily, self-preservation.

What else should we know?  I’m afraid you wouldn’t believe me if I told you.  You have that skeptical look in your eyes already. 

To discover more about  Tremain and Christopher:  

What is the book’s Title?   The Missing Yesterdays

Amazon Link: https://amazon.com/dp/B01E1MYIIM

Is it available now or when will it be released?  Available now in paperback and wherever ebooks are sold.

You can connect with Terry Marchion  at:

Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/terrymarchion

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/terrymarchionauthor


Blog:  http://www.terrymarchion.com

Amazon Author Page:  https://www.amazon.com/Terry-Marchion/e/B01E6DUPVA/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0


Thank You Terry for your interest and participating in Character Spotlights on Bnv.   I am delighted you stopped by for a natter 🙂




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