Interview with James Hill – Student, basketball player, musician

Author Scott Cramer turns into Coach Scott at the YMCA, coaching basketball in an 11-14 year old coed league.  One of my players, James Hill, weighs in on NOPM.

About how many books do you read a year?

A headache worth of them, thats what. To me, that’s counting the number of letters in this interview. Not going to happen.

What is your favorite book of all time?

That’s a hard question to answer, to tell you the truth. As far as fiction books, Scott’s is an amazing story, and will easily please countless science fiction readers.

Favorite ice cream?

I love ice cream. Personally, I prefer black raspberry.

What is the next book you plan to read?

That’s the thing. I never know, they sort of come to me. I know that once I hear the second book in the trilogy coming out, I’ll be chasing after Scott’s tailends (Not that I have actually SEEN him wear a suit) for a few copies.

You read Night of the Purple Moon. What kind of star rating would you give it?

Five out of five. I love the suspense in it, even though it drives me insane not knowing what will happen next. The thing I like most about it is the fact that it’s original;
Countless other books out there just copy the same stuff over and over again, offering nothing new to read.

Do you have a favorite part?

The whole book, pretty much. After a few chapters or so, you especially get into the story, and get a feel for it. After then, you can’t stop reading, sometimes for fear that when you turn around a purple mist crowds the room, and…

What would you do if a comet came and visited us and you woke up the next day and we were all dead, the adults?

Wipe the dust off my microscope and get to work, thats what. Also, of course, take out my telescope too.

Could you guess how it would end?

Not really. Honestly, I was too busy being worried sick over them all.

Would you recommend this book?

How could I not! I’ve already asked Scott for 4 or so more books to give as gifts. It’s a novel worth to novel at.