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1. Who is your favourite character you’ve written and why?

Hm, I’m almost ashamed to admit that my favourite character to write was a bad guy πŸ˜€

In Stolen, my first novella, my antagonist was my favourite. He was a complex character, but I could still have fun writing him and playing around with him throughout the story.

2. Do you prefer to write your Hero or Heroine?

I don’t generally write from my hero’s point of view just the heroine’s, so I’m biased to the female character. But writing from a hero POV is something I plan to do, and I think it will be great fun to learn and experience.

3. What are the three things you can’t write without?

1. A cup of tea, it’s a need not a want!
2. A plan– I am a major planner, so I need one at my side constantly as I write.
3. Quiet– I can’t write when there’s a lot of noise or chatter.

So there you have it, some more great questions answered and a little more insight into my writer world πŸ˜€

Now check out what Amy Jarecki has to say in response to these.

Progress Report

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  1. I’m the same way about writing the bad guy. This character is almost always my fave. In the upcoming The Cat Lady’s Secret, the news reporter is just a guy doing his job–he isn’t really a bad guy. But he poses a threat to the main character, so all my preliminary readers hate him. That’s the reaction I was going for. Whew!

    • It’s great when we write a character and they turn out exactly how we intended, and the reader instantly understands what they are supposed to be like within the story πŸ˜€

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

    • I think you’re right, you definitely have more freedom with what you can do when writing the bad guy πŸ˜€

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

  2. I love to hate the villains in my story! I suppose it’s natural to fall for your characters good or bad; I’m sure your readers would share the same affection as you do. It reminds me of Loki in Thor (and maybe because Tom is just so amazing). His character is despicable; a complex and multifaceted villain, yet his popularity is unmistakable. Sorry for being a geek and using that example, but you get my point. Sometimes when we write a character they take on a life of their own and you can’t help but love them πŸ™‚

    • I get you point exactly, and Loki is actually a perfect example to use πŸ˜€ Bad guys aren’t jut bad guys anymore, it’s nice to make them complex and real as characters, so as the reader can understand their motivation, even if it’s not a good motivation!

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

  3. I envy those of you than can really plan. When I plan, I get stuck. 😦 Great post. Also, it’s a funny thing about bad guys. I think we all enjoy writing them. Although I tend to turn mine into good guys at some point.

    • Everyone’s method of writing is different, some people have no plan at all and just go with it as the story develops! πŸ˜€

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

    • I’ve never heard of that, think I will definitely give it a go though. Trying out anything new is good with me πŸ˜€

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

    • They are great, you can pretty much do whatever you like with bad guys, where as sometimes the heroes are still so restricted πŸ˜€

      Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ™‚

  4. Quiet! Oh, I love quiet when I write. Now, if i could just convince my husband that coming into the room and saying “Don’t let me bother you, I’m just getting coffee.” Is as annoying as coming through with a brass band!

  5. I can’t write when there’s a ton of noise either! If there’s to much talking around me I am more interested in what others are saying than my own writing. It’s so distracting!

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