Since I roughly have a book for every year I’ve been writing, I now have a few “characters” to play around with. The cast of books isn’t complete, of course, and I have many more books planned. Every good story told is essentially the same one over and over. It has the exact same arcs, types of situations, strong areas, weak areas, weird areas, things that need to be brought out more, parts that are misunderstood and can help explore someone’s psychology, etc.
Although I don’t have all the “characters” yet, I have 9 by now, with each book being like a character in a larger story. I actually expect people to be interested in just one or two, because that’s how they respond to characters. (That puts my mind at ease about genre writing, which like many authors I’d viewed as a sort of necessity. But writing genre would have every book be the same, which would be like showing the exact same character over and over and over and over.)
Here’s a list of them:
7 books published and 3 more on the way. Farmer's daughter, Star Wars fan, loves to read rather than talk about reading. Always has time to finish her WIP.