Have you ever wondered who determines the questions for interview? Is there a set number of questions? Specific questions for men and a different set for women? Are the questions selected based on the outcome expected of the interview?
In my case, I like interviews that tell a little bit about the person, but leaves the reader with questions and the desire to find out more. I think I succeeded with an interview I did with Bryce Halsey, the hero from my January release, Unfair Advantage.
Yesterday I reposted the interview on Sensual and Secrets (another blog I contribute to) and it got me to wondering about interviewing other characters. I don't have very many books out (just four so far and a fifth on the way in November) but I'm curious which character the readers would like to read about.
Here's a break down of who and which book they came from.
Santa's Elf-- Dayton Kringle (hero), Elfina "Elf" Jeffries (heroine), Jodi (heroine's best friend), Bryce Halsey (hero's friend and mentor--already interviewed)
Meeting A Neighbor's Needs-- Gina (heroine), George (hero #1), Garrick (hero #2), Olive (heroine's best friend)
Diablo Blanco Club: Unfair Advantage-- Bryce Halsey (hero--already interviewed), Mattie Lawrence (heroine), Lyssa Lawrence (heroine's older sister), Mike Halsey (hero's younger brother), Richard Bennett (hero's business partner and friend), Jacob Halsey (hero's father)
Diablo Blanco Club: Under Control-- Ben Murphy (hero #1), Vance Justiss (hero #2)
If you've read any of my books, let me know whom you'd like me to interview and some of the questions you'd like me to ask.
There are other characters I may draw upon to answer quesitons, but I'd like to know which ones the readers would like to hear from and some of the questions they'd like answered.
Thank you for your help. Hope you have a great day.