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Monday, 18 August 2008
Give Your Characters a Voice
Topic: Author Interview

I am now ready to start a new feature on here--don't worry, this is in addition to the author interviews, blog tours, book reviews, etc.. you have all come to know and love :-) 

Writers all know how much their characters love to talk--so it is time to allow them a voice outside their book covers.  Pick a character from one of your books (okay--no limit to the number of character interviews, but they will be spread out to make it fair!) and have them answer the following questions--then send the completed questions to with the words Character Interview in the subject space.

Have fun everyone!!!!


  1. Can you tell us your name and the title of the book you live in?
  2. Describe to our readers what your role in the book is.
  3. How did you convince your author to put you in this book?  For example, did you visit a dream or make yourself known some other way?
  4. Is your author easy to work with or controlling?
  5. Would you tell us about one of your favorite friends from this book?
  6. Do you plan on appearing in another book or are you happy to be where you are?
  7. What would you like our readers to know about you?
  8. Did you learn anything during your adventure in this book?
  9. Can you tell us what you think is the most exciting thing that happened to you in your book?
  10. Is there anything in your story you wish you had not done? Why?
  11. What was your main motivation?
  12. Introduce us to your main adversary?
  13. Is there anything you would like to have done but your author stopped you?
  14. Here's your chance to speak your mind.  What do you want to tell everybody?
  15. Please tell everyone where they can find out more about your story and where they can purchase it.

Posted by joyceanthony at 12:17 AM EDT
Updated: Monday, 18 August 2008 12:18 AM EDT
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Monday, 18 August 2008 - 12:41 AM EDT

Name: theessaywriter
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This is an interesting twist. But what about those of us that just put our stories on our blogs? We don't sell them.

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