Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Guest Post//Cassy Wilmark

Tell us a little bit about yourself.

My name is Cassy Wilmark and I'm one of three. I have a sister, Cinderella, whom we call Cindy. There's also the last of the triplets whom I have not met yet, so I have no comment on that subject. I guess I grew up poor, but that doesn't matter.

Tell us about your childhood.

There's not much to say. I was happy; I had my mom and sister. And Dad too, not that I remembered him.

What did a normal day look like for you?

I'd collect eggs and herbs and other edible plants in the forest and make breakfast for the family. I'd sell some of our eggs to Mr. Crane, and other things too, so I could make money to buy the things we needed. I took care of Mom. That's how my days went.

How did you find out who you were?

Well, an army came and ruined my life and then my stupid amnesia wore off and there you go. I remembered who I was.

What was your first reaction?

I don't know...glad my sister Cindy was really a princess, I guess. She always seemed like one to me.

How did your life change?

Finding out who I was didn't change my life. It was my grandfather and the lobsters that changed things.

Did it affect your relationships?

It didn't change my relationships with Cindy or James, and those are the only people who matter right now.

What do you want people to learn from what you have experienced?

Don't trust the King and hide when you see lobsters.

What are you going to do next?

Save the world. Duh.

Interviewer: Rebekah Hutchinson
Interviewee: Cassy Wilmark

Hey, everyone! Amanda here. That, if you haven't picked up on it, was an interview my sister conducted with Cassy Wilmark...for those of you keeping track of these things, Cassy is a character in my novel Isolated. She also appears in the sequel, Courageous Heart which is going to be published very soon! 


  1. Hehe, this is a fun way to introduce a character! :) Now I'm curious about the grandfather and the lobsters. ;)

    1. Rebekah and I definitely had fun doing the interview :) Now, I guess you'll have to read the book ;)


Please refrain from any profanity or inappropriate comments. Thanks.