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October 24 2006 Literary Fiction Newsletter

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Review - The Mercy of Thin Air

Amy Richmond and Scott Duncan buy an antique bookcase, from the Washington's, for their home in Baton Rouge; along with it comes a little book on "Family Limitations" and the ghost of Raziela Nolan or Razi as she was known to her friends. Yes, I said ghost. And no, this isn't a trip into fantasy. This is Ronlyn Domingue's first novel and while it does have some fantastical ideas they are not the focus of this enjoyable read. Read review.


Maria Hyland on Carry Me Down

Readers and writers often wonder how a story or character is developed by an author. Not all writers write or create the same way. In a recent interview Maria Hyland took the opportunity to discuss the character development in her latest book Carry Me Down. Specifically, she was asked, How much of yourself and the people you know manifest into your characters? Where do your characters come from? Where do you draw the line? Read Maria's response.


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