Sunday, February 17, 2013

Dream Project

You have the opportunity to hire anybody as your cover artist. If you write children's books or books that are heavily illustrated, who would you get for the interior artwork? If I had a choice of any cover artist in the world it would be Tammie Clarke Gibbs. Who would you co-write your next novel with? I don’t know What genre? It will be in horror. Why? I just like writing horror. You know, all the fun stuff, murder, mayhem, demon possession. Your publisher wants to do an audiobook version of your novel and they're not sparing any expense. Who do you think can narrate your masterpiece? I don’t have a clue. They're really going all out! Your novel is getting a full soundtrack. Who should compose it? If your novel uses a lot of songs, list your compilation here. Actually it would either be Iron Maiden or Metallica Congratulations! Your novel is being turned into a major motion picture. As the creator of the original work, you get to pick the director. There are a couple of my short stories I would want Billie Bob Thorton. On the rest that I write I’m kind of clueless. The director has some ideas on who to cast, but you get to cast one character. What role/character is it and who portrays them? The one character I would probably do the Stephen King or Alfred Hitchcock and do some stand in bit part. One of my favorites of that kind of thing would be Stephen King delivering pizza’s to Rose Red. You've been hired to write a novel based on a preexisting character or franchise from another medium. Which character or franchise is it? Actually, I would like to write something where Jack the Ripper is brought to life again. It's the anniversary of your favorite literary character's debut. You've been hired (yay, work!) to write an anniversary novel. Who is the literary character? I mostly write short stories so that’s a difficult one to answer especially after 16 books. I have a lot of characters to go through.

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  1. Did you add a link to Ed Griffin's blog? I didn't see it in the post.

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