CASTING CALL: Give me your name! I’m the worst when it comes to creating characters names and I need names for the follow-up to Did Not Finish, the second in the Aidy Westlake mystery which’ll be out in 2012. I have a number of positions open from police officers to bad guys and everything in between. If you’d like to be one of the supporting cast, please leave your name. I can’t guarantee I’ll use your name, but if your name fits one of the characters in the book, I’ll use it. John and Jane Smiths need not apply.
CASTING CALL: Give Me Your Name!!
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You could use Chet Johnston (my husband), and I could use Julie Wood (if that’s her name).
How about Pamela James or maybe Frank James? LOL
Kris Bock – I could be male or female! (In real life, I’m female).
Chris Eboch, writing for adults as Kris Bock
Rattled: romantic suspense in the dramatic and deadly New Mexico desert
Read the first three chapters: http://www.krisbock.com
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Jody Crocker. I’m female, but Jody’s used for guys a lot, so your character could be either.
Karen Mayers is available. My dad’s name was used by Janet Evanovich for one of the funeral home guests. I’ve been so jealous ever since.
Carol-Lynn Rössel (note the ö – it’s Swedish) is available.
How about Sheila Beaumont?
Or you can use either of my brothers’ cats’ names, Charlie Beaumont and Oscar Beaumont. Or their black Lab’s name, Dolly Beaumont.
Simon’s requested that I post the following message on his behalf, since he obviously can’t do it himself and he doesn’t wish to seem unresponsive. 🙂
Blogger won’t let me leave a reply on my own blog at the moment–go figure. I’m jotting names down and I’ll let everyone know whose name gets used. Thanks.
Hi! I hope I’m not too late to give you a name for which I know you have just the right character: Karen Dyer