Sunday, May 25, 2014

Meet the Main Characters

Meet the Main Characters
1) What is the name of your character/s? Is he/she fictional or an historic person? 
All my characters are fictional. Larry Davis is a world-renowned singer and musician. Tiffany Bradford is the Countess of Lantham of England, married to Clive Bradford, the Earl of Lantham and a very successful neurosurgeon. Tiffany appears identical to Larry’s missing wife, Taylor.

2) When and where is the story set? 
The novel opens up in present day London near Mayfair.

3) What should we know about him/her? 
Larry Davis deeply loves his missing wife and has been searching for her over the past eighteen months. Tiffany has no memory of her past and does not recognize Larry as a person she had ever met.

4) What is the main conflict? What messes up his/her life? 
Larry is insistent Tiffany is his missing wife. Tiffany is more confused and frustrated with her inability to recall her past. It is not a “given” that this lookalike woman truly is Taylor. Everyone has a “twin” somewhere. Clive is not a willing participant to allow a famous singer-musician take his wife from his life.

5) What is the personal goal of the character/s? 
Obviously, Larry wants Tiffany to remember she is Taylor. Tiffany desperately wants to know her true identity and past history. Clive wants to keep his marriage and social standing intact.

6) Is there a working title for this novel, and can we read more about it? 
The title is Remember? There has been no pre-release information available until this posting. I do not expect to change the title of this book. My current epic novel, Front Row Center, introduces the characters Larry Davis and Taylor Allen. A script is in development by Hollywood known screenwriter, Scott C Brown, for a mini-series and feature film. Front Row Center is available from Amazon

7) When can we expect the book to be published?
Sometime in 2015 is the expected release for Remember?, barring any issues with production.

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