Mason Want’s to Know 26/04/2021

This is your chance to participate in something I hope will be fun. Each Monday I’ll prompt you with a question. All you need to do is create a post on your website/blog that answers or is inspired by the question.

How this works.

1. I ask the question.
2. You create your post. this can be a story/poem/article/art and photography post. Make it anything that answers or is inspired by the question – I don’t mind. This could even be a chance to introduce a character and have them answer the question.
3. Place the address of this post into your post either directly or as a hyperlink. This will create a pingback so your post is shared here. Alternatively drop your link in the comments.
4. Use the #MasonsQuestions in the tags
5. Come back and read some of the participants posts. I know there will be some great ones!
6. You’re done! Get excited for next week.

This weeks question:
‘We all have a favourite character we write with. How did you meet or create your special character?

My Answer
My character is of course my sleuth Holly. I was writing a detective story for a competition. Holly was not in it but I saw her icy-blue eyes in my mind as I wrote. I said hello, and this smiling young lady appeared and thanked me for writing about her granddad the detective. And well I booked the next two days off work with excitement and Holly’s mystery series was born.

That’s it. I’m looking forward to reading your responses. Remember to have fun my friends!

14 thoughts on “Mason Want’s to Know 26/04/2021

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  1. My only periodic recurring characters on my blog are police detectives Fred Morrisey and Ron Hayden. They were characters in a since abandoned novel I started a number of years ago and only occasionally surface in my blog posts.

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    1. I do the same thing Holly and her characters are so strong I just have to mention them at times even though her mysteries are pretty well done for.

      I hope you think about dusting the novel off at some point. I’d love to read it.

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      1. No, Fandango it doesn’t. I was told to bin my mysteries by two nasty reviewers. I may have stopped working on them but I still love them and will never bin them. Your mystery is something you worked hard on and that alone makes it special enough not to bin.

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