How To Survive Being Stalked By Fictional Characters #MondayBlogs #Writing #WritersLife

When I finished A Place in the World, I found myself wondering what had happened to Alicia and Jorge and wishing them well. I had to remind myself they are figments of my imagination.

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Have you ever finished a story, thanked your cast of fictional characters for their work, wished them well for their future projects, walked away from the story…only to find one or a few characters refuse to leave you alone for WEEKS / MONTHS / YEARS afterwards?

Have you ever had a new character appear in your mind and whilst you spend quality time trying to figure out what the hell to do with them, they set up camp inside your head, watch your every move like a hawk, whisper stuff to you whilst you are busy doing non-writing things and basically stalk you?

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2 thoughts on “How To Survive Being Stalked By Fictional Characters #MondayBlogs #Writing #WritersLife

    • Thank you for reading my novel! I think you are safe Anu – it was just that I lived daily with these guys for some years – in my head, on my pc, in my critique group and finally on paper!

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