You guys should know that I fell in love with Zoraida Cordova’s Labyrinth Lost last year. I don’t think I’ve ever yelled about a book that much, and I regret absolutely none of it. If you missed it somehow, read my review here.
The next novel in the series is titled Circle Unbroken. Circle Unbroken doesn’t have a launch date yet. It’s Goodreads page doesn’t even have a summary. However, I am thrilled to bring you an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at its main character – Lula Mortiz!
Q: What would be the perfect gift for you? Why?
Pink flowers. I love flowers.
Q: If you had a free day with nothing to do, what would you do?
Try to convince my sister Alex to do my chores. She owes me, after everything she’s put me through. Then, I’d take the train to Coney Island and ride the Wonder Wheel at sunset, and take a spin on the carousel while eating my weight in sugar.
Q: If you could spend a day with someone you admire (alive, dead or fictional) who would it be?
My aunt Rosaria. I have so many questions to ask…
Q: What’s the most important trait to you in a friend or romantic partner?
Trust, loyalty, and a good kisser never hurt anyone 🙂
Q: What are you most afraid of?
Losing my family.
Q: What do you like best about yourself?
It’s hard to choose. My hair. It has a life of its own.
Q: What do you like the least about yourself?
My scars. I got them during an attack at our house. But my sister’s an Encantrix, and she can glamour them up. I don’t know how long it’ll last…
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve?
When Alex hogs the freaking bathroom.
Q: When do you consider it an appropriate time to lie?
When your family’s life hangs in the balance.
Q: What is the happiest day of your life?
I can’t remember…
Q: Have you ever been in love?
That’s why I’ve done the things I have. May the Deos forgive me.
Q: Where would you live, if you could live anywhere in the world?
Brooklyn, the greatest city in the world. I don’t think I could live anywhere else.
Q: What would you like to be remembered for after your death?
Doing the right thing. Being brave.