Characters are high maintenance. Have you noticed that? I mean, as a writer, you do all this stuff for them, and then, they have the nerve to go off and do whatever. What's with that? They're worse than children. Let's face it: we can hope good characters turn our books into bestsellers that will take care of us when we're old, but real children can be guilt-tripped into taking care of us in our golden years. Human frailty is much more reliable than the marketplace. Funny how that works.
Oh well, I guess as long as they're off doing their own thing, I can document what I see while I'm on the ride.
|"I'd write a book if the boogers would fall out on their own."|