Blogs by Mary E Martin
5/29/2006 10:48:07 AM
This story takes you for a ride on the Orient Express to Venice, but there are no murders. I like to think questions about life are raised in this story. I'll be publishing it in three parts over the next week and a bit.
In my last post, I was raising the question of how characters come into being, what shapes them, how do they grow? The central character in Fleeting Moments, Alexander Wainwright, really just suddenly appeared in my imagination fully formed, unlike Harry who grew with me.
I'd love to start a dialogue on this or any other writing connected topic.
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Final Paradox/Conduct in Question - Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Mary E. Martin Canada Book Expo - Monday, June 05, 2006
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