Gillian Felix has been writing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. She enjoys creating characters that could be your next-door neighbor, but would you want them as your neighbor is another story.
Originally from the island republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Miss Felix moved to the United States in 1998. Since then she has been involved in the entertainment industry for over ten years. Her experience ranges from script supervisor to production manager on many independent features. She is trained in the Meisner and Stanislavski technique of acting, which she credits as an asset to her character development and writing.
Miss Felix is also an entrepreneur and advocate for children's and women's rights.
What is your writing process?
I write at a little desk in a corner in my bedroom most of the time. However I can write anywhere inspiration takes me. Usually I write the story arc or jot ideas in my 5 subject notebook, and then I hit the computer for the manuscript. When I’m outlining I have a white board that I do scene breakdowns on like you would see in the writer’s room of a television series.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I believe it was a story about Dick and Dora. That was a long time ago. My mom used to read stories to me when I as really little and I was always curious about words and all that.
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