One writing friend, Jacci Gooding, interviewed me late last year and in my Chandler's Ford Today post this week, I share some of this and look at what I liked about the questions she asked me. They made me think about what I do as a writer and look back at where I've come from and confirmed my long held view that the best interviews are the ones that draw the interviewee into revealing who they are. (This is, of course, not necessarily the same thing as being who you think you are!).
How do your characters meet and greet each other? Is there the kind of fellowship you see in the world of writing say amongst a particular people group? Do they welcome outsiders? What are the ritual customs associated with meeting and greeting each other? How does status come into this? All things to think about when world building.