This morning I’m ‘visiting’ with Keeva, one of the sisters in my newest work, Sisters Divided. Keeva and her sister Maeve are twin angels who are working to earn their wings. The first volume in the story Sisters Divided, entitled WINGS, is available at Amazon for 99¢
What is your name? My name is Keeva. I have no last name
What one word best describes you? Loving
How did you first become involved in the story? Since the story is about me and my twin sister, I have been involved from the beginning when Maeve and I were in our Angel Initiate class. Oh, that sister of mine can cause some trouble. But, she means well.
What worries you? I worry sometimes that I won’t be able to get my wings. You see, I am always trying to do the right thing, but for some reason, trouble starts. I worry that our teacher, Colin, will think that I am not trying to be a good angel.
What’s your favorite song? Oh, I love the song Amazing Grace. I hear some of the humans in the angel choirs singing it at times. I am always surprised by the beautiful voices that humans have when they sing together with the angels.
What is your favorite food? I love the taste of that three-flavor ice cream with vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. What is it called? Napoleon? No, he was a general. Whatever it’s called, I love the way it feels on my tongue, so cold and creamy. I like the way it looks when I stir it around in the bowl and mix the colors together. Then, I can spoon it up and oh, the taste is heavenly.
What do you think of the other characters? Well, the only other major character is my twin sister, Maeve. I love her, of course, because she’s my sister, but there are times when I think she deliberately causes trouble for the humans we are trying to help. She doesn’t seem to realize that if she keeps making trouble, we won’t get our wings. Oh, I couldn’t take that. I just couldn’t stand it. We did meet a lovely couple of elderly ladies named Lucille and Martha, sisters like us who lived together. They were delightful, elegant, and feisty ladies. There was the spider incident, and oh my, the mix-up in Chef Nick’s kitchen. That Chef Nick, now he was a very handsome fellow, but I think he favored Maeve.
What do you think should happen now? Well, of course, we should continue on our mission of helping humans and keeping them from harm. That is part of the Angel Initiate class. We must help our humans. I do wish that Maeve would decide to be a little more caring toward the humans in our charge, and I would love for Colin to send us somewhere exciting, some exotic place like France or Ireland. That would be lovely.
Are you happy right now? I am very happy. I am excited about meeting our next humans, keeping them safe, maybe making their dreams come true, giving them more than they ever dreamed of. But mostly, I’m content to do what I’m told. I don’t mind being an initiate. When I get my wings, I’ll be the happiest angel in Heaven.
What do you hope to do with your life? When I get my wings, I hope to be the most loving and helpful angel of all. I hope to use those magnificent wings to go wherever I’m needed, either in Heaven or on Earth, whichever God sees fit for me. If I tell you a secret, do you promise not to tell anyone? I have always wanted a puppy, so I hope that I will be able to get one to keep by my side. But Maeve hates dogs, so I don’t know how that would be possible. Still, I can dream.
Thank you, Keeva! I’ve enjoyed this visit and I know readers will enjoy it. WINGS, the first volume of your story will be joined shortly by the next volume at Amazon through Helping Hands Press, publisher.
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