HAVENWOOD FALLS – For today’s resident spotlight, we have the pleasure of introducing to you a newcomer from an Old Family, Zoey Mills. Her “fictional’ story is told in the recent release, Somewhere Within by Amy Hale.

Tell us about yourself

I’m Zoey Mills and I’m new to Havenwood Falls. I’m a student at Havenwood Falls High School and my favorite subject is English. I love to read, and I love hanging out with my friends.

What is something unexpected that most people don’t know about you?

Looking at me, it’s obvious I’m a little different, but what most people don’t know is something I must keep secret. I recently learned something about my family. I think I’ll get in trouble if I say it here, though.

What do you love about living in/visiting Havenwood Falls? What frustrates you most?

I love the beautiful scenery of Havenwood Falls. I’ve never felt I fit in anywhere, but Havenwood Falls is home, and I think part of that is because, for once, I’m not the weird one. We’re all kinda weird, and I love that. Things that frustrate me? There are a lot of rules and it’s hard to keep so many secrets sometimes, but I understand why we have to do it.

Where would you live if you could live anywhere in the world?

I’d love to travel, especially to the old country, which is Iceland. But honestly, I can’t imagine living anywhere other than Havenwood Falls now.

Where’s your favorite place to hang out in Havenwood Falls and why?

I love hanging out at my grandpa’s pawn shop. There’s a lot of cool stuff in there. I get really excited if there’s jewelry to look at.

What’s your favorite holiday/festival/special thing to do?

I love Christmas, but recently I’ve decided that the Cold Moon Ball is my favorite event. This was my first year and it fell on my 16th birthday – December 3rd. It was so much fun and I learned a lot about myself that night.

The author of Mills’ story, Amy Hale, will be interviewed today by KHF-TV 13’s own Michelle Hamlin. You can tune in LIVE at the Havenwood Falls Book Club at 3 p.m. ET.

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