What And Why

Characters In CounterClockwise

Many of my early characters are the most vital to the core of the story.  All of the other, fringe you may say, characters are brought to life to expand the drama, romance, mystery and fun of my series.

Even though I do base this paranormal romance on my own dreams, I have taken plenty of leave when it comes to embellishing and making the impact of the story grow, according to whatever my imagination leans toward at that moment.  None of the characters are meant to imitate or refer to actual persons living or dead, with the exception of Claire – who is a version of me.  Also, Claire’s dog, Bobo, was very real, and was in deed a big wooly-mammoth of a guy!

Here is a list of links to interviews and other earlier blog posts about my amazing people, as per my own creation:

Claire

Connie

Richard

Nora

Tracy

Hector

Maclaren

There will be many more posts about these characters and much, much, more to come!

All the best to you,

Nancy

 

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sandy says:

    Was so much fun going back and reading those posts again! I forgot how much I liked them!

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  2. jocelyn says:

    Hi Nancy! Hope you had a great Holiday Season and love seeing you back here! I enjoyed the interviews. Read em all. Your characters really ome to life for me!

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  3. Yolanda says:

    LOVE your stories! You make fictional characters really come alive! My favorite is probably Nora. She’s strong and gutsy. Like that.

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  4. cheryl says:

    Please continue to develop Hector! He’s got lots of potential!

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