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Character Interview from 1983 between D.L. Finn and the angel, Zelina.
DF: Welcome, Zelina. I’m excited to have you here today.
Z: I am pleased to be here with you.
DF: Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Z: Tell you a bit about myself? I am an angel, as you can see from my green wings. My job is to help humans.
DF: Yes, of course, you’re an angel. About your job, do you work alone or with others?
Z: That is a good question. I usually work alone, but there is another angel, Thomas, that needs some extra guidance from me. Of course, I can always use help when dealing with evildwels.
DF: Can you explain what an evildwel is?
Z: They are a dark mist with red eyes that feed off human fear and pain. They find their hosts and encourage evil people to behave worse. I cannot read them like I do humans or other angels. There seems to be no explanation of their behavior other than to cause more suffering in this world. You should note that not all bad people have evildwels inside of them, and good people do not attract these things. One strange thing about them is some will take the soul with them after their host dies and some leave it. We get the ones they leave. And to be honest, I am quite uncomfortable around these dark entities.
DF: They sound horrible. I’ve never heard of them. Are they new creatures?
Z: Yes, they are horrible. You have never heard of them because they do not reveal themselves to humans. New? No. I believe their race to be ancient like us angels. It was a long time ago I saw my first evildwel. I have no idea where they came from but not the same place as us angels. I cannot read them, like I said, and what interaction I have had has not produced much information other than their hate directed at angels. I might have an answer in the future. There is this evildwel…but no, I cannot talk about that right now.
DF: You have me intrigued, but I won’t press you for an answer. How did you find Lynn?
Z: Find her? She was not lost and not mine to find. I do not pick and choose who I help. I get the cases that fit me, and, like I said, Thomas needed closure and my help. Lynn’s existence and survival are essential for many reasons I cannot go into now. I suppose one reason, since you seem to have to know, is because of my reputation of being what is called a “tough angel”.
DF: I didn’t have to know…oh, right, you read minds. Okay, well…um…You were there when Lynn tried to kill herself as a teenager, correct?
Z: Yes, that is correct.
DF: Now you are trying to help her as an adult? Is she going to survive?
Z: She has made some poor decisions and gotten into a mess, as you humans put it. As for surviving, it depends on what she does and who she trusts. Her best friends’ life depends on that. I really cannot comment anymore on this situation. It is unfolding as we speak, and I should get back to Lynn. In a few hours, she will need my full attention.
DF: I understand. Please come back. Maybe we could talk more about evildwels. Thank you for your time Zelina.
Z: You are very welcome. I will consider coming back in the future. Excuse me; I must extend my wings — goodbye for now.
D.L. Finn is an independent California local, who encourages everyone to embrace their inner child. She was born and raised in the foggy Bay Area, but in 1990 relocated with her husband, kids, dogs and cats to the Sierra foothills in Nevada City, CA. She immersed herself in reading all types of books, but especially loved romance, horror and fantasy. She always treasured creating her own reality on paper. Finally, being surrounded by towering pines, oaks and cedars, her creativity was cradled until it bloomed. Her creations vary from children’s books, young adult fantasy, adult paranormal romance to an autobiography with poetry. She continues on her adventure with an open invitation to her readers to join her.
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