I’ve been asked on more than one site to name or cast my books. Who would play the characters and why. So I thought, yanno, that’s a good question. Who could adequately portray the people I see in my head? For some characters, it’s a cinch. For others, namely the heroines...it’s a struggle.
Here’s my list:
The last one I decided to cast is a work in progress. I’ve been at this book, for geesh...5 years. Not the oldest one in the stable, but an oldie none the less. I called the book, Crash and Burn. Not the most original title, but hey, it was an EARLY book. Anyway, the role of the heroine has reminded me since the day I wrote it of Reese Witherspoon. She’s a little goofy, gorgeous, and smart. She’s also a little damaged. I think Ms. Witherspoon could pull off the juxtaposition of sweet and silly. For the hero, Paul, I had either Dane Cook or Bradley Cooper. Yup. Tall, sandy haired. Handsome. Mr. Cooper is probably almost a bit too perfect looking, but he worked rugged before.
So there you have it. My picks for the players to cast my books. Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions? I’d love to know. :-)
I started outlining stories in my head at a young age while revising the storylines I'd seen portrayed on General Hospital--well, as much as a seven year old can revise them.
The characters evolved and the stories thickened into my current works. I hope to take the reader on a journey in my stories--to places yet to be visited, meeting characters who will become close friends, and lots of sizzling romance for fun.
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