Who Would Play You – The Ruth Valley Missing Edition
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Amber Medina West
December 2012
Contributor
Written by
Amber Medina West
December 2012

I’ve seen authors voice different opinions about having a real person in their head when writing a story. Some do it, some don’t. Some are against it, some for it.

Me?

I find for some characters, it benefits me to have a “voice” in my head. Especially given the amount of dialogue in my stories. If each character has a unique sound in my head – whether that be an actual tone of voice, an accent, or specific mannerisms – their conversations are easier to imagine.

Not every character gets an actor/actress assigned. Some of them alter through the story. Some never get “cast”.

But some are very clearly “that person” through the story.

So, today, I’m sharing a few casting choices for The Ruth Valley Missing.

Click here to see pictures and read about my casting choices!

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