So the delightful Eden Ashe has asked us to answer three questions this week. If you missed Christy Carlyle at http://romancingthevictorians.blogspot.com, jump back and see what she had to say.
This depends on where in the writing process I am. If I'm planning, they get to pretty much shout their mouths off and tell me what's what. Once I have the story plotted, I'm a lot tougher on them and they have to give me a really, really good reason to change.
I don't think so, but I'm wracking my brain here. Like I said, if I am still plotting, it's all party, party, party in my head. When I first wrote my upcoming contemporary, Nobody's Angel, I let my heroine, Lucy off rather lightly at first. I went back and made the stakes much higher.
Me, I'm the boss! Sorry. what was the question? One character taking charge? Hmm. A book is always somebody's story more than anyone else. Yes, it's a love story and about two people falling in love, but there is always one character who has the longest journey and that character tends to be the boss. (Other than me, of course)
That's all I have for you this week. Do no forget to invite yourself along to our Christmas Stocking Stuffer event on Facebook.
There are a ton of great books and other giveaways for you.
I wonder who wears the pants over at Brenda Margriet's http://www.brendamargriet.com/blog. Hop on over and find out.