Monday, January 25, 2010

What Happens When the Characters Don't Talk

I've had a few people ask me what about Mike and Lyssa. Considering Diablo Blanco Club: Unfair Advantage came out a year ago on the twentieth of this month, I guess it's about time I got Mike and Lyssa's story going, huh?

Well, here's the scoop. I did write their story. And Mike didn't like it. He refused to talk for the longest time and then when I did get something written he got all pouty on me---

I did not get all pouty!

scuffle, slap, plop!

Sorry about that, Qwillia had to ... step away for a few minutes. I told her I'd get the information posted to the blog this morning. For those who haven't been introduced to me, I'm Mike. Michael Halsey.

As for Qwillia's accusations of my not liking the story, that isn't the case at all. I just ...

**thump, thump--"Mike, you little brat, open this door. Damn it, why can't you just behave?"**

As I was saying, I just mentioned a few discrepancies in the information regarding Lys and my courtship. Qwillia is being difficult in making the changes. Authors. A character just can't direct them the way we used to. But it's okay. She and I have discussed it....

**"Hah! I knew it, you're trying to garner sympathy from the readers. Give me that keyboard." Scrape, slap, flop**

Okay, it's me, Qwillia. Mike has ... gone back to his studio for a photo shoot he forgot about. As for Midnight Masquerade I promise it's in the works and I'll keep you posted as soon as I find out when I can get it sold. Otherwise, keep your eyes out here. I'm thinking I'll need a little blackmail---er, uh umm, I mean incentive to keep Mike on the straight and narrow and I'm inclined to conjure up a scene or two.

Hope you all have a great day.