Lisa Gail Green writes a clever and fun blog called “Paranormal Point of View.” Every Monday she outs one of her followers as a supernatural creature.
Delaney Collins, the protagonist of my debut novel, commented on the blog (since Delaney really does have magical powers), but Lisa disqualified her, not because Delaney’s fictional, but because she’s already admitted to being an “f.g.” on her own website.
So instead, Lisa targeted me! As a pixie! Find out her reasons why at “Monday Madness.”
Some of my friends might observe that I’m a bit tall to be considered a pixie, but I embrace the title and feel honored. In my darker moments, when I’m feeling a little moody or mean, I’m going to remember that I just have to access my endless supply of pixie dust – and get my life back on its happy track.
I've heard of it happening but didn't believe it was true until now -- Delaney Collins, F.G., a fictional character I made up, has stolen the limelight away from me. Randy Russell, author of the novel "Dead School" (HarperTeen, 2011), has posted an interview with Delaney on his blog "Ghost Folk."
A blog on writing. Written by Delaney! Not me!
But you know, I like Delaney, despite her occasional moments of "attitude," so I'm going to take the high road and say that you can find her interview at Randy Russell, Ghost Folk.
A second post about Delaney's boots (even her boots have upstaged me!) is also on Randy's site.
(You can also check out what Delaney has to say about the post on her blog.)
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What I'm working on now:
- A new YA novel
- A middle grade novel
- An original screenplay for the Disney Channel
Writing Book of the Month:
"The Comic Toolbox" by John Vorhaus.