David Baldacci

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David Baldacci

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1sonyagreen
mar 8, 2010, 1:24pm

We're interviewing David Baldacci about his new book Deliver Us From Evil, which will be out some time in April. Please post questions by April 30th.

2readafew
mar 9, 2010, 9:00am

I am going to make it back here with some questions, just need to think of a couple!

3floramargarine
mar 12, 2010, 9:17am

Greetings from UK.
Does David have an image of the character in his head when he is writing their dialogue and would he want casting approval should a film or tv series be made of the book to preserve that image?

4blujen
mar 15, 2010, 2:57pm

David, you often reference the Frog and the Scorpion fable. Who was your Scorpion? Can you share the circumstance?

5KateEaton
mar 24, 2010, 10:36am

Hello,
Because you create such sympathetic characters, I must ask: how do you keep your characters from morphing into each other as you begin a new writing project? In other words, how do you keep creating new people to populate your books without any retreads? Thanks

6sonyagreen
apr 15, 2010, 9:31am

Fantastic questions! There are just a few days more to add any questions for David.

7readafew
apr 19, 2010, 6:19pm

Do you feel any of your heroes or villains could possibly exist in the real world, given the opportunity, or do you feel they are more caricatures to help set them apart and make the story more engaging?

8susiesharp
apr 25, 2010, 11:18am

I'm curious how he feels about the 1 star reviews of his book on Amazon they are not on the content of the book but a 1 star about the price of the book on Kindle?

9susiesharp
apr 25, 2010, 7:37pm

How did you get picked to be a part of "The Story of Us". Are you a history buff? Have you ever thought about writing historical fiction?

10JulieC0802
apr 27, 2010, 11:55am

Which character was the hardest to write? Which one was the easiest? Are any of your characters based on people you know or purely imaginative?

11melselby
apr 29, 2010, 4:40pm

You do a good job of writing characters who have very different perspectives on the world. Have you ever found your opinions changed as a result of writing for a character that you initially disagreed with?

12imaginelove
apr 30, 2010, 12:39pm

How do you choose the situations your characters are placed in? I've noticed trends in the books of my favorite authors much like design trends on the runway. I'm halfway through Deliver Us From Evil and it's fun to see the connections to other works.

13sbaldi59
maj 2, 2010, 1:21pm

Good afternoon David Baldacci, my family name is Baldi and perhaps in the past we were somehow linked...Quick question: is it easier for yoiu to write a thriller or a novel?

14sonyagreen
maj 3, 2010, 3:16pm

Sorry, but the questions closed on April 30th.