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Title: Uncle Otto’s truck (2019) Bandera de Estados Unidos
Runtime: ?
Director: Dan Sellers
Script: Dan Sellers
Cast: Michael Burke
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He played in Walter Perez‘s Into The Night as Lamont.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Bob Saldana: Hi my name is Bob Saldana and I’m an actor and musician in Los Angeles. Born in Laredo, Texas and spent school years in San Antonio.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actor?

Bob Saldana: I used to think when I was 6 and watching Shirley Temple movies I’d like to do that.  After seeing several films I thought I would have to remember all those lines and shoot the film in one take no way I can do that! When I got older I realized film making is an assembly process. So I decided to put my foot in the water.

SKSM: How did you become involved in Into The Night Dollar Baby film?

Bob Saldana: I had met Actor, Director, Writer Walter Perez through actress Mariana Novak’s invitation to a play they were in….then went to a Photo Gallery showing at Verloren studios. A nice friendship ensued then one day Mr. Perez asked if I would be interested in appearing in a film project he was developing. I jumped at the opportunity and came on board.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Bob Saldana: Well to say the least Steven Kings tales are frightening and endearing at the same time. Into the Night has characters and cinematography based on one such story that draws you in and the only thing you can  sense is something bad is going to happen if you close your eyes… which even today is still very possible…

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Bob Saldana: Like I said before…I believe I got offered the part straight away although Mr. Perez may have seen me in a play I was doing in Hollywood at the Berubian Theater.

SKSM: You worked with Walter Perez on this film, how was that?

Bob Saldana: It was as a great experience.  I had an idea of who my character was but he gave me directions that encouraged  me to go a little outside my acting box… and he kept turning it up…

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Bob Saldana: Well I do like to joke around, comedy is in my nature and when I got to set I told some of the crew I was the fire marshal and would be making sure PA’s didn’t burn down  the set.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Bob Saldana: Adrian DeLeon is someone I see from time to time auditioning in Hollywood. So we chat and plan to work on something in the future. I chime in on Walter Perez tweet’s and passion for the craft associated with working in Hollywood.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Bob Saldana: I perform, produce and songwrite  with The B&C Band and plan to go into studio soon and continue auditioning.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Bob Saldana: Yes I am, Stephen King writes some pretty  dark stuff for living in a beautiful snowy wooded location… Misery was a favorite film that was tortuous to watch. To think a fan could love  their idol so much as to hurt them… and try to intertwine themselves with their creative process. OUCH!

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Bob Saldana: I started out interested in art in grade school dreamed about becoming a car designer after GM came to our school and gave us design kits, but moved to California after High School and my first job here was picking tomatoes in Dixon, California for $1.00 an hour sun up to sun down and slept in the bed of a pickup  truck..but I never worried much about it and met some salt of the earth people… ha ha ha…

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Bob Saldana: Hope you enjoy the film and look forward to hearing from them.

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Bob Saldana: I want to thank everyone involved on the film for the wonderful experience I had in making this beautiful Motion Picture… Peace and Love… see you at the Movies.

 

He played in Walter Perez‘s Into The Night as Sheriff.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Drew Macias: My name is Drew Macias I played the sheriff in Into The Night Dollar Baby Film  directed by Walter Perez.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actor?

Drew Macias: Growing up I was always interested in performing for a crowd.  Whether in front of my family and friends, talent shows or the school plays.  I was always trying to entertain.

SKSM: How did you become involved in Into The Night Dollar Baby film?

Drew Macias: I got involved with the project after the director Walter posted on social media that he was in pre production for the movie.  I sent him a message letting him know that I would love to audition for a part.  And he actually got back to me and told me he had a part for me.  It was the first role I’ve landed without having to audition.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Drew Macias: Well I think Stephen King could write a cookie recipe  and people would be interested in it.  So obviously a story by him attracts people.  There is such a slow burn to the story that takes you to the edge of your seat the whole time. I remember reading the script the first time and couldn’t put it down.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Drew Macias: I did not have to audition but had worked with Walt before and he had seen another film I was in.

SKSM: You worked with Walter Perez on this film, how was that?

Drew Macias: Working with Walter was fantastic.  He runs a real smooth and professional set.  We chatted back and forth before we shot my part and he helped me find my character, so I felt very prepared on set.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Drew Macias: Not too funny, but one take I remember I had to lean over the whole time because my jacket was stuck on the edge of the bar.  Even drinking was hard, because I couldn’t lean back.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Drew Macias: I keep in contact with the Director Walter. He is a great dude and talented so Im hoping to ride his coattails… hahaha.  You know, they say you are who you hang out with so Walter will always be someone I keep in touch with.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Drew Macias: I actually just wrote my first short.  So I’m looking to get that made soon. But I’m always working on honing my acting skills Ive filmed a few project since working on Into The Night.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Drew Macias: Growing up I was terrified by even just his name.  But love his work.  Im definitely drawn more to stories like Shawshank, Green Mile, Stand By Me.  I guess that just goes to show his complete ability in storytelling.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Drew Macias: I’m actually relatively new to acting. I played 10 seasons of professional baseball, after college. I made it all the way to the big leagues with the San Diego Padres.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Drew Macias: Thank so much for taking your time to read this.  Making any movie, long or short is a true accomplishment that takes a village.  It means a lot to the cast and crew that our work is being seen and talked about.  Thanks again!

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Drew Macias: One last note. This was my first mustache.

 

He played in Kasey Rae‘s All That You Love Will Be Carried Away as Alfie Zimmer.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Louis Robert Browne: My name is Louis Robert Browne and I’m a 22 year-old actor/writer currently living in the big apple; originally from Boca Raton, Florida. I moved to NYC for university at NYU Tisch School of the Arts; and since graduating and producing my first play, I’ve been collaborating on new projects with a few of the inspiring artists I’ve met along the way.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actor?

Louis Robert Browne: I always knew. It was in my blood–carved into my heart.

Between the Cuban and Italian I’ve always had a very performative family. None of them are actors; but they sure know how to make a scene when they want to. Lots of strong women–especially my grandma– they fought anyone who dared to belittle my artistic passion.

SKSM: How did you become involved in All that you love will be carried away Dollar Baby film?

Louis Robert Browne: I had read the story before the audition process and I instantly understood why Kasey (our director) was drawn to it. The isolation of the environment and the bleakness of the surroundings in the story are haunting; but what is even more haunting is the familiarity of the open road with no where to go. The freedom to do anything in theory and yet the motivation to do nothing.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Louis Robert Browne: Because as imposing as the central conflict is, Alfie is real. He is relatable. And his unbearable depression is only made worse by his mundane job selling glorified Lean Cuisines in the middle of nowhere. It makes people think about the parts missing from the American dream; and it makes them think of what’s missing from their own lives. What is our purpose and will we ever have one?

King does such a fantastic job making the roadside setting so familiar to the reader that they take on the pressure of Alfie’s struggle inadvertently. Our adaptation of the script really tried to grapple with the symbolism and Americana culture that the story involves.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Louis Robert Browne: I was the last submission they screened– but I was called in from a self-tape to do an audition in-person. I was nervous because I knew the role was originally written for someone much older, and that was obvious from the other actors in the audition room; But they gave me the part and made Alfie just a bit younger. Between the massive amount of weight I gained for the part and the makeup; voila, Alfie was born.

SKSM: You worked with Kasey Rae on this film, how was that?

Louis Robert Browne: Yes. Fantastic. She is a powerhouse. Kasey treated this story like a jewel that she took months to polish (literally). She worked on it until it glistened the exact way she wanted; she has a very keen eye for detail. It was truly an honor to work with her and the crew she assembled.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Louis Robert Browne: You would never believe the movie was about suicide if you saw what the set looked like in between takes. Between puffy eyes, the snot dripping everywhere, and the 40 pounds I put on for the role– I had practically written a stand-up act for myself from all the jokes that were happening behind-the-scenes. The comedy helped get us through the sadness of the story.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Louis Robert Browne: NYC is one big place, one small island. We all run into each other constantly–and that’s the times I know about… I have horrible nearsighted vision so I tend to not see people waving from afar haha.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Louis Robert Browne: Well I’ve been working off those 40 pounds for a while now; glad the green juice and carrots lifestyle can go on hold. For the theatre, I’ve been workshopping a full length version of my play, “Freezer Services.” Meanwhile I’m in the middle of two different developing film projects, one of which revolves around the world of computer programming. My research process is pretty in-depth because I’m a masochistic Capricorn and hardcore nerd at heart; so it gives me an excuse to study and make flashcards now that I’ve graduated.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Louis Robert Browne: Absolutely. I mean, his works often scare the s*** out of me; but in a good way? You know? I’m angry at myself because I still haven’t seen “It.” On top of all of that, as a gay man in 2018, I really respect the man behind the work; especially when he knocked that Anti-LGBTQ+ bill in Indiana in 2015. Stand-up guy.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Louis Robert Browne: My father used to drive around the country, the same way Alfie did, as a truck driver. He saw it differently though– those roads represent solace to my father I think. An open stretch of road was always brighter than the problems he left in the rear-view mirror with the rest of us.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Louis Robert Browne: The Dollar Baby film approach is absolutely brilliant–who wouldn’t want to see their story interpreted that many ways?! I would just say, “Spread the word!” The world could use our generation’s voices and that’s exactly what people like Kasey set out to do!

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Louis Robert Browne: One more thing, just, especially in the time of the “Me-too” movement:

The entire crew was filled with damn talented people thanks to Skylah Productions, Kasey Rae, and Sancha Spiller. I think it’s worth noting that our crew was almost all women (Our director, our DP, our AD, our CD, our camera-woman, and so many others). In case it wasn’t obvious, that isn’t something you see very often, and I think it was really special. Women–especially women working behind the scenes in the film industry do not get enough respect or credit as professionals the way things stand right now.

I’ve been on a lot of film sets before; this was something special.

 

 

 

Title: Rest stop (2018) Bandera de Canadá
Runtime: ?
Director: Stephen Baxter
Script: Amy Halloran
Cast: Eric Davis, Adam Alberts, Lorraine-Noelle Pellicone, Kevin Woodhouse, Chistopher B. MacCabe, Kayla Henry, Alex Gravenstein, Ryan Doherty, Andrew Campbell, Laurent Pitre, David Hudon, Renato Vettore, Winluck Wong, Aly Slominski, Jean-Noël Côté, Dave Galazzo, Ashleigh Faith Williams, Terry de Sousa, Val Mervis.
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Title: Mute (2018) Bandera de Estados Unidos
Runtime: ?
Director: Johnathan S. Bailey
Script: Johnathan S. Bailey
Cast: Ash Hamilton, Reval Welch Jr., Jelani McCray, Tyrique Scott-Woods, Johnathan S. Bailey.
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She played in Simon Scott‘s Dollar Baby For The Road as Lisa King.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Lisa Hinds: My name is Lisa Hinds I grew up in Northern Maine. I’ve been married for 30 years to Jim and we have two grown daughters. I enjoy archaeology digs,  travel, photography, sailing, fishing, acting, either attending or being a Platinum Guide for Walker Stalker Con or Hero’s and Villains Fan Fest.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actress?

Lisa Hinds: I was at a Hero’s and Villains Fan Fest event and I spoke with Robbie Amell. I asked what was up next for him and he said he was making a movie Code 8 and they needed extras. That was it my friend Michelle Hill and Ashleigh Hinds White and Courtney Hinds all went to Toronto and we were all extras.

SKSM: How did you become involved in For The Road Dollar Baby film? 

Lisa Hinds: I contacted the Director Simon Scott when I found it on Indiegogo.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Lisa Hinds: I’m sure everyone has a different opinion on this but for me as a serious Stephen King fan it’s the suspense and the characters.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Lisa Hinds: It was written for me my character Lisa King.

SKSM: You worked with Simon Scott on this film, how was that?

Lisa Hinds: Absolutely incredible! Everyone involved from the cast to the crew made my husband and I feel like family. Simon actually wrote a part for my husband he was the Old Timer in the corner. So we were able to sit at a table in the bar all night together. It was like we were dating!

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Lisa Hinds: We flew into Portland Oregon picked up our rental car and that evening at 10:00 pm we headed out to the Mt Hood National Forest where they were filming. It was pitch back it’s raining then getting to higher elevation it’s sleeting then snowing. Jim looks at me and says Lisa we are going to end up like those people getting lost on the weather channel. No extra water, food or blankets. Just then we see these bright lights up ahead.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Lisa Hinds: Yes I’m friends with Simon Scott, Gwyn Laree and Jeffrey Arrington through Facebook.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Lisa Hinds: Since then I was in The Doctors Case, Code 8, and coming up I have A Castle For Emily, Peter, Johnny Z and another Dollar Babies One For The Road.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Lisa HindsHe is an incredible story teller to say I’m a fan is an understatement. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for Dollar Babies projects.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Lisa Hinds: My Husbands Family and my Family arrived in America on the same ship in Plymouth Colony in 1623 on The Anne.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Lisa Hinds: Doing these projects had been an incredible experience and I’m very fortunate to have the support of my husband James Hinds and my good friend Michelle Hill as we do a lot of these projects together.

 

 

He is the man behind Into The Night Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Walter Perez: Who am I, well I thought you guys knew already (laughs). My name is Walter Perez. And no I’m not the actor of the Fame remake. Though, Walter and I do share some similarities, in our upbringing. I’m a Mexican American film director, producer, and writer. I was born on August 30, 1987, in East Los Angeles, California. Began my career as a filmmaker in 2008, working on independent films and commercial television shows. In 2009, my sister Kim and I founded a production company named Verloren Productions, in which we have worked alongside various producers and developed fifteen short films and three television pilots.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become a filmmaker?

Walter Perez: Where to begin answering that question without sounding pretentious or like the universe owes me something (laughs).

It was in 1989, when I first saw Tim Burton’s Batman film. I told my folks I wanted to be Batman in the movies. My Father figured I wanted to be an actor and entertained the idea, with the notion that I would change my mind. But I didn’t. By watching numerous films I simply became more and more enamored with film. At age seven was the moment in which I decided to pursue my passion; to become a filmmaker. My fascination with storytelling and the aspects of technical storytelling prompted this decision. I felt the freedom to choose a path I desired and not that of social norm. With this notion of rebellion, I came to better understand my vision as a filmmaker.

SKSM: When did you make Into the night? Can you tell me a little about the production? How much did it cost? How long did it take to film it?

Walter Perez:  Into the Night was filmed this year (2018) and it’s currently in post production. It took us six months of production to acquire all the footage we needed. This is a film taking place in the 1970s, therefore our budget focused on the proper locations and attire. Production value was key in the making of our film. Our production coordinators: Alexis Pinal, Christijana Mora and Miranda Meza, did a magnificent job setting up all our locations. Christijana researched the various color palettes for wardrobe of that time. Filming in Big bear in sunny california was also a challenge, since snow is alien to us. These are the moments when you get creative, without compromising the vision of the film. I had the good fortune of having six wonderful producers: Ahmet Akinci, Elizabeth Arguilez, Marc Mora, Maria Castro, Orlando Bedolla, and the late Anthony Olazabal. We worked it out and came in under budget. This film was a Verloren Production, with associations to Perez|Arguilez Productions and EverSo Films.

SKSM: How come you picked One for the Road to develop into a movie? What is it in the story that you like so much?

Walter Perez: The idea of being out of one’s element. You think about films like Jaws, Deliverance, The Edge, Aguirre: Wrath Of God or even The Perfect Storm. You get a sense of unforseen danger, and how the characters in each of these films dealt with the situations at hand. The story by King has an attitude of its own. It speaks to you about how people thought in say the 1970s, about how small town Omerta’s and urban legends play an intricate part in people’s psychology.

SKSM: Could you explain us the title of this work? Why did was changed?

Walter Perez:  One for the Road works as a book title, but for me, that title didn’t sound too attractive for a film title. It doesn’t hold the appeal of titles like It or The Shawshank Redemption. Therefore I went with something more vague and closer to what the story discusses.

SKSM: How did you find out that King sold the movie rights to some of his stories for just $1? Was it just a wild guess or did you know it before you sent him the check?

Walter Perez: Back when I was in High School, I read most of Stephen King’s Novels. He is obviously one of the most prolific writers in the world, so since then I forged the idea of one day being able to adapt one of his stories into film. Which one, I didn’t know – But I would tackle one, one day. So with time and research, I came across this opportunity and said, “Why not? What have I to lose?” As a filmmaker, a story has to somewhat challenge you in order to tell it. And his stories are challenging to bring to life. Many have, but only few have been able to find the heart of the tale they’re telling.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when you made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Walter Perez: Funny, I constantly got yelled at by the assistant directors; mind you I had three of them (Laughs).

Special, The whole process. It began with two signatures (King’s and mine), then followed by a script. From there, the magic began. To be able to bring together a group of remarkable people for one common purpose. No words can describe it, it made six months of Production fly.

SKSM: What “good or bad” reviews have you received on your film?

Walter Perez: None yet I guess. We’ll see. With things like this, you always want to protect from criticism. It’s all a learning process.

SKSM: Do you plan to screen the movie at a particular festival?

Walter Perez: We hope to screen the film in various film festivals. I’m excited about all possibilities.

SKSM: Are you a Stephen King fan? If so, which are your favorite works and adaptations?

Walter Perez: I’m a fan, as mentioned on a previous question. Since my high school years, I just sat down and read away. Some of my favorite King novels are Needful Things, The Shining, Misery, The Dark Half, Eyes of the Dragon, Christine, Carrie, Dolores Claiborne, From a Buick 8, The Colorado Kid, The Green Mile, The Dead Zone, and yes IT. He’s written many great works of literature.

Film Adaptations of his works, that’s a harder one to call (laughs). I will say some of the ones I’ve enjoyed are, The Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, The Green Mile, both versions of IT, Misery, The Dead Zone, Pet Sematary, Carrie, The Mist, and The Running Man. The last film mentioned is a stretch for some King fans.

SKSM: Did you have any personal contact with King during the making of the movie? Has he seen it (and if so, what did he think about it)?

Walter Perez: I’ve only spoken to Margaret Spruce Morehouse. Once the film is ready I will mail a copy of it to Stephen King and hope he enjoys it.

SKSM: Do you have any plans for making more movies based on Stephen King’s stories? If you could pick -at least- one story to shoot, which one would it be and why?

Walter Perez: I’d love to, why not, right? I think his literary work has the ability to inspire any filmmaker. There’s many great novels and it would be unfair to just pick one. We were fortunate to be able to film our film – excuse my redundancy (laughs).

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Walter Perez: Working. With Into the Night currently in post production, We have two projects entering the stages of pre production. I wrote them and will be producing and directing both productions.

SKSM: What one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Walter Perez: I’m not sure. Anything from anyone can be a joyful surprise or a displeasure now a days. We’ll let the audience decide.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Walter Perez: Thank you for granting me this interview, it was definitely fun. And to everyone reading, you’ve made it to the final sentences, thank you for your time and attention. Be Safe and Stay tuned!

SKSM: Would you like to add anything else?

Walter Perez: Once its ready, Feel free to check out Into the Night. Thank you.

She played in Joseph Horning’s Dollar Baby One For The Road as a vampire.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Michelle Hill: I am currently a stay at home wife.  I am a member of Pipeliner’s Local Union 798 and have worked as a welder’s helper and a welder.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actress? 

Michelle Hill: I would say everyone grows up wanting to be an actor.  You idolize your favorites and want to be just like them. So probably my whole life.

SKSM: How did you become involved in One for the Road Dollar Baby film?

Michelle Hill: My friend introduced me to Dollar Baby films and extra roles and I thought, “what the heck!  It could be fun!”and it was!

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Michelle Hill: Aside from being a Stephen King Dollar Baby film, the follow up to Salem’s Lot.  He has so many fans that adore his work, and always want more.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Michelle Hill: No audition.  It was the role of a vampire in The Lot and that was exciting just getting to be made up into a vampire, fangs and all!

I am a huge horror film fanatic and it has always been my dream to simply be a vampire.

SKSM: You worked with Joseph Horning on this film, how was that?

Michelle Hill: Joe is an awesome guy.  Very professional and cool under adverse conditions, like the weather we had!  Snow and 9 degrees outside.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Michelle Hill: Of course the best moment was when the cops showed up over the extra vampire that went into town to use the restroom in full makeup and bloody clothes. On the way back to set, the assistant driving didn’t dim her headlights and they were pulled over by the police.  So they had to follow them back to check stuff out.  It was definitely one to remember.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Michelle Hill: Oh yes. Great bunch of folks.  I keep in contact with my best friend Lisa Hinds who introduced me to the Dollar Baby films and was also an extra on this film as a vampire.  We talk daily.  Mostly I keep up with everyone like Eric, Sandy, Joe, Chris, and Curtis on Facebook and Twitter.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Michelle Hill: My next project is Johnny Z directed by Jonathan Straiton. He also directed Night of Something Strange.

It will be filmed in Virginia this summer.  Lots of Zombies, martial arts, and fun!

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Michelle Hill: I have read every Stephen King book as well as the Bachman books. Watched every single series or movie made of his novels.  Huge fan and loved be a part of something related to his stories.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Michelle Hill: That I am a confessed nerd who absolutely loves going to comic conventions.  I just recently attended Con of Thrones and it was amazing.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Michelle Hill: No matter your age, profession, situation, always follow your dreams. Never give up on what makes you happy!

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Michelle Hill: Thank You Oscar!

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