Ellen Hart writes:
When I started writing the Jane Lawless novels, Jane was 37 and I was almost forty. Twenty years later, Jane is just about to turn 45 and I’ve just turned sixty. Clearly, Jane has aged better than I have. Here’s today’s question:
How do you handle the passage of time in your mystery series? Is it realistic? Since most of us do a book a year, is the story always one year later? Does your protagonist age in real time?