Today we are discussing an OG Denver Falls resident, Abigail Millar.
Abi first made her appearance, along with the town, in The Willow.
The Willow is a short horror story originally intended as a one-off Halloween story in 2019. However, I fell in love with the town of Denver Falls and decided to pick the story up in a novel.
As a result, The Willow has become an unintentional prequel and can be read either before or after the novel.
But who is the elusive Miss Millar...
Let's find out.
What is your full name?
Abi. Abi Millar.
Where and when were you born?
Who are/were your parents? (Their names, birthplaces, occupations, personalities, etc.)
My dad's Nathaniel Millar. He used to work at the quarry. My mom... Well...
Do you have any siblings? If you do, what are/were they like?
I have a sister. Emily.
What is your occupation?
I'm a reporter.. for the Denver Daily.
You know... the same as you.
How long have you worked here again?
Are you right or left-handed?
What does your voice sound like?
On what occasions do you lie?
Sometimes you have to hide the truth to get a better story.
Do you have any annoying habits, quirks, strange mannerisms, or other defining characteristics?
I like to scribble my thoughts down. Sometimes the words get so jumbled I can't even read them, let alone anyone else.
What kind of distinguishing facial features do you have?
It's gotta be the hair right? I'm told I'm a dead ringer for Rachelle Lefevre.
I guess that's a compliment.
Are you optimistic or pessimistic?
What is your greatest fear?
I'm afraid of becoming invisible...
What are your religious views?
There's something out there. Watching us.
I mean there's got to be... right?
What are your political views?
Really? You wanna go there?
What are your views on sex?
Don't rush it. When the timing is right, you'll know.
Do you believe in the existence of soul mates and/or true love?
I was in love once... I'm not sure I even know how to love lately... Unless of course you--never mind...
In your opinion, what is the evillest thing any human being could do?
Rob someone of their life.
Are you able to kill?
Depends who I'm protecting.
What do you measure success in?
How honest are you about your thoughts and feelings in the company of others?
I'm fairly open. When I want to be.
What do you have in your pockets or purse?
Notebook, pen, dictaphone, cell...
What is on your nightstand?
About a thousand post-its and a Stephen King novel.
So there you have it, folks.
You can read Abi's story now at: