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Character Interview: David Lightholler

Seattle Police Homicide Detective David Lightholler finds himself on a case unlike any he’s faced before. In the midst of working the darkest double homicide of his career, he unearths violent secrets of his family’s past that promise to haunt him for many years unless he can bring redemption and meaning out of the evil of the past–and present. 1,231 more words


Fleshing Out Your Characters

When I reflect on my favorite characters (those I’ve created and those I’ve read from other authors) they seem so real to me. I remember them. 779 more words

Character Interview: Keary Dunbarton

Welcome back again for another fun interview.  Tracy Rud has returned, and today she’s brining Keary Dunbarton with her from her book Sea Beggar.  Tracy, welcome back.   425 more words


Poll: Character Interviews

One of the things we’re all familiar with is of course, author interviews.  Who doesn’t love learning a little more about their favourite author and/or series?  79 more words

Character Interview: Hailey Crossan

 On sabbatical from her job in the LA record business, Hailey takes a trip to Ireland for the vacation of a lifetime. What she finds is a job offer too good to turn down. 1,606 more words


A Blogoversary Character Interview with Eva of "The Keeper's Curse"

I still can’t believe that this site has been around in some form since 2009. I may have ideas churning constantly in my brain and the motivation to put them out there for others to read – but YOU are the reason I’ve kept doing this for so long. 3,683 more words


Co-writing, Transatlantic (Literary) Affairs and Other Forms of Insanity, with Kevin Allen

On co-writing Five Guns Blazing

I will be honest, I was a little sceptical when Emma first approached me about Five Guns Blazing. I read her message and looked at the picture and laughed to myself. 556 more words

alphawriter reblogged this on The Writer's Block and commented:

One of the best things a newer writer can get asked is to help write a book or look at a manuscript. A manuscript that forces you to examine parts of history, even better. Saying yes to Emma Rose Millar and her brainchild, Five Guns Blazing was an easy decision. The manuscript had depth, the characters were well rounded, and the plot was great. Only a little fleshing out, Emma said. Here are some thoughts on the project and the outcome. Feel free to share your thoughts and the original post.