I intend to keep Rigger, Mortiz and Shivver going as a series as I’ve said before. How I plan to do so in part has to do with the “worlds” of the characters. They each bring a different dimension to stories, and as a result different approaches to the stories and avenues to explore:
Rigger is a former wrestler (although he’s bettered himself). I know a lot about the inner workings of it plus I’ve seen many exciting and visual matches. I can provide the world of the physical through him.
Yolanda Mortiz comes from a family of cops. Through her I’ll be able to bring the world of the procedural. I’ve also read a lot of crime fiction (not CSI stuff; I’m not into gore), so I’ll also be able to bring that world in.
Tommy Shivver… well, I won’t spoil everything to come about him (though you already know that he’s a ghost). He’ll bring the world of the supernatural to the stories, as well as a mystery central to everything.
Sprinkle in a bit of humor, and I’ll have a lot to work with.
- Plotting and Writing Dead Good Fiction (sjknight2013.wordpress.com)
- Robert Barnard obituary (theguardian.com)
- My journey to writing (middletonsedgeoftime.wordpress.com)