The Stone Soup Novelist

I have a great idea for a novel. You know what would make it even better?…

Who’s a real character?

Someone you always tell stories about. Someone you’ve known or encountered that made you say “Now that person should be in a book.” Well, now they can be! I’ll fashion a character in my novel after the most memorable characters you tell me about. First names only, this is going public!


3 responses to “Who’s a real character?

  1. Dana Carpenter June 20, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Bruce, as in Betty and Bruce. Betty also. One day I plan to buy English bulldog puppies and name them Betty and Bruce.

  2. Cat Phillips July 24, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    Rick, a carpenter and an American draft-dodger, hides out in the Canadian wilderness for forty years. In that time, he builds himself a cabin, which he keeps growing and perfecting until he eventually has a log-mansion in the middle of nowhere. His furtive trips for supplies into the nearest town are always rewarded with a gallon bottle of red-wine; the pile of glass behind his workshop is nearly ten feet tall.

    • dbfurches July 25, 2012 at 5:55 am

      Thanks Cat. That is intriguing!

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