Normally, I imagine my stories as movies in my head. As usual, the characters of In the Midnight Hour played their parts very vividly.
Josie's my flawed heroine - the daughter of divorced parents, who themselves are flawed. As a teen, Josie strikes out on her own because she has a better chance away from her mother.
Before I began a first draft, Pauley Perrette was Josie, from her Goth look to her scratchy voice to her tattoos.
Matt Dillon's played down-and-out characters convincingly before, and would be perfect as Eddie.
James McAvoy was always Nick in my movie version.
Christian Kane was always Garrett in my head.
Bonus! Turns out Garrett's one of triplets.
I'll take three of Christian Kane anyday. :)
Mena Suvari would be perfect as Sue.
You can view the book video, read the blurb, excerpt and more here.
Or purchase In The Midnight Hour here. :)