"When you lose your v.i.r.g.i.nity?"
Utaha asked with intriguing expression, her fingers were moving around her smooth cheek while waiting for him to answer this question.
Machida, who was on the side of the room, also smiled at this question.
"Is this question relevant to my novel?" Haru frowned and turned his head to his editor.
Machida nodded, "Of course, this is an entertainment industry, sometimes, you to be prepared since there is a chance your fans will ask you this question during a live radio."
Haru twitched his lips, "Shouldn't you normally ask about how you start writing? What is your drive to write? What is the plot of your novel? How are you normally working? That is how normally someone is doing an interview right? Why does this question suddenly come out?"
"Alright, Utaha, can you change the question?" Machida finally gave in.
"Tsk," Utaha clicked on her tongue when she heard it.
"Good," Haru nodded and ignored her clicked her tongue.
Utaha looked at the next question and smiled at him mischievously, "Are you a v.i.r.g.i.n or not?"
"Why is it mostly that kind of question? Don't you want to know my hobby? Or something else?" Haru asked.
"So are you a v.i.r.g.i.n or not?" Utaha didn't budge and wouldn't change her question.
Haru shook his head, saying, "No comment."
"Alright, v.i.r.g.i.n," Utaha said and started the next question, "Why did you start writing?"
Haru twitched his lips and didn't intend to change her misconception. He thought it was better that way since he saw her happy with this fact. He was glad that the next question was normal for him. He answered the question while telling how he started to write.
Utaha continued with other questions regarding hobbies, plots, and many other common questions that were used usually in interviews.
Haru answered all of them trying to satisfy her curiosity.
Utaha learned a lot about him when she started this interview. She didn't expect to find the other side of him that she had never seen before. She thought for a bit and asked, "What is your type of girl?"
"My type of girl?" Haru thought for a bit. He wasn't sure whether he had a type since he really didn't think much about it, "Hmm, I don't really have a type but I don't like a clingy girl." He knew that type of girl was really annoying since it was constantly trying to call him every single damn hour, asking to go out, and couldn't get away for seconds, "Even though I don't mind to spoil her most of the time there must be a limit for it." He was an orphan right now and he needed to work for his family.
Utaha nodded and wrote his type of girl in her memory but she wasn't satisfied with his answer, "Really? You don't have a type?"
Haru shook his head, "I'm saying that I don't have a type but when you love someone, everything about them is very beautiful in my eyes, however, I prefer someone with long hair like you ."
Utaha covered her face with the paper while hiding her blush, "Ahem, let's start with the next question?" She also started to play her hair with her fingers clearly showing how happy she was.
"Alright," Haru smiled at her cute gesture.
Machida who was by their side felt the damage from them, 'Ugh....' She was wondering why she didn't have this kind of experience when she was young. She looked at her hair and wondering whether she should make it longer.
"Hmm, I'm sure you'll succeed tomorrow, though, it'll be bad since the world will know that you're a v.i.r.g.i.n," Utaha said.
Haru twitched his lips and shook his head, 'Good grief....'
"Alright, the interview training is over," Machida clapped her hands and looked at Utaha, "You need to prepare for the next volume of your novel."
"Eeeeehh...." Utaha complained.
"Don't 'Eeeh...' me, let's go, I won't let you go back to your home before you finish your draft," Machida said.
Utaha nodded, "Don't worry, I've got a lot of ideas for the next volume." She walked out and went to the next room to start writing her novel.
Machida shook her head while signing. She looked at him and said, "I'm sorry, for the trouble Haru....." She started to tell him the real reason why she was the one who did the interview training.
Haru nodded, "Alright, I'll go back and prepare for tomorrow." He wanted to go back but he was stopped.
"Wait, I have a question for you," Machida held his shoulder.
"What is it?" Haru asked.
"Why are you lying to her?" Machida asked.
"Lying?" Haru titled his head.
Machida nodded, "Why are you telling her that you're a v.i.r.g.i.n?" She said with a Detective Conan pose.
'There is only one truth,' Haru could hear that sentence right inside his head when he saw her, "What are you saying?"
Machida shook her head, "Deceiving me is useless, there is a lot of evidence already, so, tell me the truth, why are you lying to her?"
"Is that really important?" Haru asked in a tired voice.
"Of course," Machida said.
Haru thought for a bit and said, "Do you know what is the similarity between the protagonist of romantic comedy light novel?"
Machida thought for a bit and said, "There are a lot of girls there."
Haru nodded, "That's true, but that is a more important reason than that."
"What is it?" Machida asked.
"All of them are v.i.r.g.i.ns," Haru said.
Machida was stunned and wanted to refute him but she couldn't. She looked at him and wondered whether he did this because he knew it would affect her writing.
"Alright, I'll go back," Haru said and waved his hand.
Machida didn't stop him but suddenly realized that she didn't ask the most important question to him.
'When did he lose his v.i.r.g.i.nity?'
The answer is obvious, you can watch 'Yosogu no Sora' for that question.