Welcome to Bloganuary Day 23, where we face a myriad of increasingly bizarre prompts and continue to write about them. Why? I’m not really sure. But anyway…

Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Miss Jane Marple of St. Mary Mead

Hello Miss Marple and Welcome to out little production.

Thank you very much for having me Dear.

Please tell our readers a little about yourself

Dear me, there’s really nothing to say. I live a quiet village life. I have lovely flowers which I tend to. I can always be found with a knitting project in hand. I help out with the village fete’s as well.

I understand you’re quite a good puzzler

Oh yes. I quite enjoy the daily crossword and a lovely jigsaw puzzle. Something calming, like the seaside where I’ve spent many a lovely holiday sponsored by my dear nephew Raymond. Do you know him? He’s a writer.

I know him only by reputation. However, I meant more about your helping the Police out on occasion. I heard you’ve helped solve a crime or two

I wouldn’t say helped Dear. The Police are quite good at their jobs.

Yeah yeah yeah. But didn’t you just solve the crime at Yewtree Lodge?

Solve? No. I merely pointed out that Gladys was always taken in by a handsome face and kind words. She was a victim of charm.

Well, technically, she was a victim of murder

IS that a question Dear?

You’re making me forget what I wanted to ask…

Do you often forget things?

Sometimes when I get flustered

Well, that’s not very good. I knew someone in the village once who got flustered and forgot what they were about to say quite often

Please tell me it wasn’t Gladys…

No. But let me make you a proper cup of tea and we’ll figure out why you’re flustered…

44 thoughts on “Bloganuary Day 23: Interview a fictional character

  1. Bravo! That was brilliant! You absolutely captured our wonderful Miss Marple. You know, you could totally write modern Ms Marple mysteries. Kind of like new Sherlock adventures. I have read several of those. Some are written with the original character and others with descendants of his. If you are a Sherlock fan you read those. You have beautifully pegged Marple. You could write a series with her as well. I’d buy it and read it! Oh pretty please! I love Ms Marple. Go for it! 👏❤️

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  2. Excellent! I’ve picked out a few of the prompts to use on one or other of my sites. This one I’m saving for the fiction site – unsurprisingly. You did a great job of handling it.

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