30 Days of Writing–Day 30: Favorite Characters

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30. Final question! Tag someone! And tell us what you like about that person as a writer and/or about one of his/her characters!

Today’s topic is really a let down for me because it’s repetitive of an earlier day about favorite authors.  And being that it’s day 30, the final day of the series makes it all the more disappointing.

So, rather than drone on again about authors I enjoy, I think I’ll just thumb my nose at the question and list some of my favorite characters, in no particular order, just as I think of them.  Stream of conscious-like.

Jane Eyre from Jane Eyre
Mr. Darcy from Pride & Prejudice
Elizabeth Bennett from Pride & Prejudice
Jamie Fraser from Outlander
Claire Beauchamp Fraser from Outlander
Zane the vampire from The Succubus Diaries
Terrible from The Downside Ghosts
Katniss from Hunger Games
Jessica Trent from Lord of Scoundrels
Missy Wright from The Ladies of Missalonghi
Eve Dallas from the J.D. Robb “In Death” series
Sookie Stackhouse from the Southern Vampire Series
Harper Connelly and Tolliver Lang from the Harper Connelly Mysteries
Kate Sheffield from The Viscount Who Loved Me
Emma Corrigan from Can You Keep A Secret
Calvin Morrissey from Bet Me
Rhett Butler from Gone With The Wind
Muriel from The Accidental Tourist
Maggie Moran from Breathing Lessons
Offred from The Handmaid’s Tale
Guy Montag from Fahrenheit 451

I may have to edit in a few more as I think of them.

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2 thoughts on “30 Days of Writing–Day 30: Favorite Characters

    • I don’t know. I loved and I hated having a theme. I kind of like Aheila’s serialized novel. I could rewrite WIP #1 a bit at a time…after NaNo. Or, I could do my “Above” novel that I have 3 flashes for thus far. Til then, I suspect posts may be sparse. Or I could Google for other blogging ideas. The regularity of posting did help my view stats.

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