Hello guys! And oh my goodness…this is the last character from The D trilogy I have to share with you! This was such a fun thing! I know a lot of you liked these posts, so…I may have to take characters from another story I’m working on. *sly smile* But anyway, thanks for all of you likes and comments. They make me smile. 🙂
And now, on to the final character!
Me: Welcome, Mr. Meredith.
Jason: Just call me Jason please.
M: Okay, Jason. Tell me about where you work.
J: Well, I work at the FIBS. As a banker.
M: I’m told that the FIBS is both a bank and also a museum of sorts?
J: Yes, it is. We have lots of different artifacts found from all over the world. The FIBS is the safest place for them so we keep all sorts of things in the vaults. *whispers* Though…not many people know that we keep this stuff. It’s not common knowledge to the public.
M: Really? What kinds of things are kept there?
J: *freezes* I can’t tell you that.
M: *frowns* Fine. What can you tell me then?
J: About the bank? We have over a hundred employees. It’s one of the safest banks in the entire world. That’s why villains are always trying to break in.
M: Makes sense. If there’s hidden treasures in there, they’re sure to want it. So I know your family. Lena is your daughter, right?
J: Yes, Lena is my daughter. She’s a brilliant girl. Stubborn, but very smart. And my wife, Susan, is a wonderful woman.
M: So you don’t have any other family?
J: No. Just Lena. Why?
M: Just curious. So do you find working at the bank challenging?
J: It…definitely proves challenging. I’m the head of the entire building. It’s a very stressful job. But I have help from my three other heads of the city.
M: You mean Gavin and Brett?
J: Those are the ones. We all work in together as one entity, in a way. And we all the same boss.
M: Aidan Coel.
J: Right. I think I keep in better contact with her than Gav or Brett. She’s nice. Really persistent. Strong. I admire her diligence.
M: Hmm. So your wife runs The Book Stop, right? Do you help her in that area?
J: Susan is a very good businesswoman. In fact, when I first met her, she already had the book store up and running. She doesn’t need my help. *smiles*
M: How did you meet?
J: I had just been called to become head of the Bank. I was ecstatic, so I left my apartment in North Dakota and moved right into Fallcoast. Only a few days after I’d been settled in, I was wandering the streets when I saw a quaint little book store. Well, I love to read, so I stepped in and there she was. We got to know each other, and now we’ve been married for nearly ten years.
M: How sweet. But my records say here that you used to live in New York before you moved to Fallcoast.
J: Yes, I did, when I was very young. I moved from New York, to North Dakota, to Minnesota. Inching my way closer, you could say. *laughs*
M: Do you know the Kauffmans?
J: Tony Kauffman? Yes. He’s in charge of the tech firm outside of Fallcoast. Why?
M: So you know Jake, then, right?
J: Yes, Lena’s friend. They study together sometimes. But why are you asking?
M: I’m just curious. Do you like it here in Fallcoast?
J: Yes, very much. As you said, I used to live in New York. I had a lot of bad stuff happen to me there. It was good to move away from it. Get it out of the way.
M: Right. Okay, so a few more questions before I let you go. What’s your favorite food?
J: Susan’s lasagna. It’s an old Italian family recipe.
M: Do you have any hobbies outside of your work?
J: Like I said before, I do like reading. I also enjoy helping Susan cook meals.
M: That’s nice. *hesitates* Do you have an opinion on Supers?
J: *frowns* Um…I do. I…tend to get a bit longwinded though, so I’ll…spare you.
M: *cocks head* Well, thank you for coming.
J: Sure. I’m glad I could.
He seems like a nice guy, right? Or maybe not. It’s hard for me to say because…well, I know his backstory. But what do you think? Let me know below!
P.S. Also, again, this is the last CC post for a while. Until I have more characters to share with you, these posts will have to be put on hold. Thank you again for all of your comments! ^_^