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How I invent characters

Characters are mysterious creatures, in a way, and I’m sure there are nearly as many ways to invent them as there are authors. For me, I find that they seldom spring fully formed onto the page, but come to life … Continue reading

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Twin Peaks–why is it so captivating?

Remember the huge success that was Twin Peaks? The moody series with the wacky characters, the haunting small-town setting, and the burning question—Who killed Laura Palmer? Well, I happened to have been too young when the series first aired (1990, … Continue reading

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