MARSocial Special Interview: Question & Answers #6

Hello everyone! So, finally we received all answers from our participants from MARSocial author network. Are you excited to read the answers yet? Question #6 is “If you could be transported into one of your stories as a character, would you or would you stay as far away from it as possible?” from Sam Reese. 

Let’s check out the answers from all 11 author participants !

1) Coleman Weeks

Depending on the character I would jump at the chance for some roles.

2) Viv Drewa

The killer in my new novel. Sorry, still in progress can’t divulge anything else.

3) K. J. Rollinson

No, I love all of my characters. Obviously, I would pick to be one of the ‘goodies’. I quite fancy being Black Bert, the captain of a group of pirates in the last of my ‘Fallyn trilogy’, ‘Fallyn and the Sea Dragons’. I intended him to be bad but he waved his cutlass at me and decided he would be a Johnny Depp character, handsome, debonair, and charismatic. I wasn’t going to argue so I let him have his way. (About his character I mean!).

4) Sam Reese

Hmmmmm, depends on the story. I would like to visit my fictional town of Sherman’s March sometime, and it might be fun to wander around with the protagonist of my recent WIP in his weird amalgamation of mythologies, but some of my stories…not so much.

5) Neil McGowan

 I’d stay well away – as a horror writer, the chances would be high that I would meet a messy, untimely end.

6) Marion Lovato

Oh, I would love to be Sammy and have the powers and adventures of a Superhero!

7) Jaro Berce

Interesting. Never thought about the main character this way. Always on the opposite: about the main character coming to a real world. Well, I think time in books and the real time are different. In books time passes too fast and I like the time to pass slowly.

8) Marie Lavender

You just made me laugh.  Would I be a dual character, meaning would I be aware of myself and my character?  Or, would I be totally unaware of myself as the author?  In that case, you can’t really avoid interacting with the story.  You are the character so you will act like them.  On the other hand, as the architect of the original work, I think I would have the insane urge to “observe”.  That’s what writers do best.  However, I would have to seriously reign myself in, knowing I was a certain character.  And while we’re on the topic, I guess it would really depend on what character I was.  A minor character?  More doable, I think.  It would be hard to be the main character because you would still be thinking about your own life as reality.  I have never been a great actress, and it would definitely be challenging.

9) LaRae Parry

I would be Marzee the Witch in my short story, Love at Tadpole Square

10) Theresa Moretimer

 I am a character in one of my novels LoL and I would honestly stay away if I could LoL but writing about a character based on myself has made me stronger. I have become brave and for the first time saw what I was doing to myself in real life so it gave me the opportunity to change.

11) Annie Edmonds

I have to smile at this question Sam. Without a doubt in my mind I would jump into one of my books. Handsome men willing to please their women in every way. Beautiful women who genuinely care about each other. A private BDSM club called Desire. Scenes with feelings.  The beach, drama, friendships, suspense, and did I mention the hot kinky sex?  Hell yea, I’m in, Lol..

The next question is “What do you consider most important in  a novel – literary value or story?” from Neil McGowan. Stay tuned with us for the next post !


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