This latest installment not only deals with creating characters, but also explains a bit why I haven’t been making as long an entry as I’d like lately. I hope to do a more proper entry shortly. Thanks…
You are so right. In my second book I had a fellow who had to have his leg amputated below the knee. He had been a soldier – so now what would he do, how would he cope. It turned out to be one of the stronger elements of the story and he became a central character in the book. He continues as a main character in the third and final volume of the trilogy.
I have had fibro (it’s in remission) so I know what you are going through. I hope you feel better tomorrow.
Thanks Yvonne, I hope so too. And I hope yours stays in Remission a good long time.
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