Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Inside Book Studio

It is time for out next installment of Inside Book Studio. *choir of angels lift their voices in song*

Today's special guest, by popular demand, is one very special detective, Gabriel Troy!

Before moving to Montgomery, Detective Troy worked and lived in Chicago. However, he seems to be easily adjusting to small town life though perhaps a little bored at times. He is self-described as a man whose mysteriousness is only surpassed by his handsomeness. Let's see what we can discover about Gabriel Troy!

Me- What is your favorite word?
Gabriel- Case-solved
Me- That's not really one word.
Gabriel- . . .

Me- Fine, we'll move on. What is your least favorite word?
Gabriel-
 Ghost

Me- A question I think everyone would like to know, what turns you on? 
Slightly embarrassed Gabriel-
 To see another side of a person the world doesn't know.

Me- What turns you off?
Gabriel-
 Lying

Me- What sound do you love?
Gabriel-
 Sirens
Me- Really?
Gabriel- They give me a rush. You were much easier on Grant. 

Me- Hmmm, nonsense. What sound do you hate?
Gabriel- Awkward silences
Me- . . . 
Gabriel- . . .
Me- Like that?
Gabriel- Exactly.

Me- What is your favorite curse word?
Gabriel-
 Son of a bitch

Me- What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?
Gabriel- Private investigator.
Me- Isn't that the same thing?
Gabriel- No. 

Me- What profession would you not like to do?
Gabriel- Librarian. 

Me- If heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the pearly gates?
Gabriel- You made a difference

4 comments:

Elizabeth Sharp said...

I like the "You were much easier on Grant." Well, he was murdered so fair's fair. :D

Lizzie's Blog said...

I think you are confusing Grant with Danny.

C.G. Powell said...

Hahaha...awkward silence! He is not a real chatty fellow is he?

Elizabeth Sharp said...

Oh, man I am. Good thing I'm #1-b fan cause I woudla gotten demoted....

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