To celebrate the release of book two in The Critter Getter series, I will go inside Sasquatch thoughts and share some perspectives with you. Albeit an interview is out of the question, it doesn’t mean I can’t give some kind of insight.
Believe if you will…or don’t…but, maybe after a few visits you could change your mind.
“It watched her lovingly, protectively from a safe distance. It stood downwind to keep the scent from giving away its position. I want her. The rudimentary thought process, although more clever than assumed, thought in simple terms. It, rather, he, moved through the brush stealthily, like many other elusive beings, having escaped detection for so many years by astute care and precision. Occasionally, a dry twig caught on its’ tangled fur, impeding the silence with a soft crack. It paid no mind, keeping its’ eyes focused on her.
He slightly lifted his head for a better nostril-fill of the air circulating around him, attempting to catch her scent, the delightful smell he only knew as longing, wanting, hunger, and…perhaps…a mate. She looked nothing like his kind, smooth skin replaced the coarse hair of his species. She bore no claws or fanged teeth to forage and provide for their young. Yet, it did not matter. This female creature held a gentle, animal-like spirit that captivated him. What did it matter they shared few commonalities.
He fought the urge to crush those males invading the zone surrounding her, keeping her from him. He could not make a move, he risked too much in giving away his position. He knew they searched for him, he sensed their interest when they inspected his footprints, stopped to sniff his male emissions or brought other people to trespass across his home territory. Yet, he followed the code of his ancestors to stay away from the dangerous humans. They would bring pain and sorrow.”