characters of my upcoming book. I have been talking a lot about this fantastical story, and if you
have been following me for a while, you already know that there are valkyries, dryads and other
fantastical creatures that are part of this world I have created.
The thing is that among all these fantastical characters, there are also humans in my story. Today, I
am very happy to interview for all of you Eugenia, the mother of the main character of the story.
Eugenia is an artist. She is also an Italian wealthy woman that married a Mexican psychiatrist
when she was young. She moved to Mexico to start a new life, and she gave birth to Pia. Her
character is very important to me, because she is a mother just like me. I understand her, and feel
very connected to her and her feelings, which sometimes are similar to mine.
After this introduction, I am pleased to present to you: Eugenia. (I must say she smells like Chanel
No. 5 and is wearing a stunning canary diamond ring)
Me: Hi, Eugenia. Thanks for being here. Welcome to my blog.
*She touches her neck, and looks to me with tired eyes.*
Eugenia: Thanks for inviting me. I will do anything for Pia. I am sure she would love to share her
Me: As far as I know, I agree with you. You look worried and tired. Are you feeling well? Can I get
something for you?
Eugenia: *shaking her head* No, it is just that things have been difficult lately with Pia gone and
*Now she looks sad for a moment, her eyes wanting to say something her mouth can not.*
Eugenia: You know, you should wait to read the whole story. I am not sure I should be talking about
Me: You know, I am the storyteller. I will read it, but before, I will write it. Eugenia, can you tell us
about that special artistic technique that Pia invented?
*Now she smiles, vaguely. I can tell she is relieved after hearing this question.*
Eugenia: Yes, of course. As you know, Pia is a painter. What she does is that she uses some
special paint that is made only with natural pigments. The pigments must be mixed with a specific
amount of water drops, ice and water vapor. She uses soil to make the foundation, and after the
paint is finished it has to be left in the exterior a complete night. The secret is in the amounts of
everything in the mix. It is called Microelemental Technique. I only paint using that technique now.
Me: Pia is genius.
Eugenia: Yes, she is. My daughter is a very special creature.
Me: Have you talked to her lately?
Eugenia: I am sorry. I have to leave. I just received a message and Esteban needs me. *Now she
is looking down at her phone.* Thank you for having me.
Me: Thank you. I hope everything turns out well.
*She stands up trembling a little bit and leaves.*
Eugenia is a very special human being. I can tell by her eyes. I told you already about my love for
eyes, and Eugenia's are kind ones. I am sorry that she had to leave.
What about you? Did you like it? Let me know. Come back frequently so you can find out more
about the characters.
Thanks for reading me.
Until next time,