Sunday, August 2, 2009

The Hero of The Neurology of Angels

What's his name?
Galen Douglas

Why did you pick that name?
Galen means “healer”. He is a neuroscientist who is trying to develop much-needed medical treatments.

Give us a brief description of how he looks.

He is tall, pale, dark hair, a runner. Though not conventionally handsome, women consider him appealing, because he is a little naive, but smart and committed.

Is there anything unusual about his appearance?
When he gets insecure, his shoulders hunch, like he wants to be back in the lab looking over a microscope, in the world he understands.

Who does he love? Why?
His daughter and his company. His company is founded on a treatment for the kind of stroke which killed his first love. But that was just a catalyst; he is truly passionate about science and what it can do for medicine.

Does this person love him?
His daughter wants to love him, but she doesn’t know him.

Tell us about his family. Are they important to him?
Galen is torn between caring for his family and caring for the people his treatments help, and his wife struggles with the lack of attention.

Where is he from?
He grew up in a trailer park near Boston.

Does his hometown affect his behavior, thoughts and attitude?
He has a deep insecurity rooted in his background.

What does he want out of life?
He wants to make a difference.

What's his biggest secret? (Only share if it isn't a spoiler in the story.)
His daughter.

Did you write more than one story about him?
Not yet

How would he describe you?
He would say that of anyone in the story, he and I are the most alike.
Is there anything else about your hero that we need to know? Feel free to share.
He cares about people, but at the same time, people intimidate him, because he just doesn’t understand them. It is the source of most of his pain.

Please provide your website link.

What is the link to buy your book?
The book is available on that website or a variety of online retailers including Books a Million, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Target, or through your local bookstore.

No comments:

Post a Comment