Meet a Jerk, Get to Work, How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero

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An article by USA Today Bestselling author Jaqueline Girdner on how to find your fiction characters and settings in everyday life.
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Words: 2,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466019805
About Jaqueline Girdner

Jaqueline Girdner

Jaqueline (Jaki) Girdner, tipping her hat in the author picture, was born and raised in California and has worked as a bestselling author, a lawyer, a professional poker player, a greeting card designer, an attendant in a mental hospital and a yarn store owner, not necessarily in that order. She has authored sixteen mysteries, a romantic comedy novel, What's Sex Got to Do With It, and a mainstream novel, Speaking in Jitterbug, upcoming soon from Smashwords. She lives in Mill Valley, California with her husband, practices tai chi and still creates greeting cards.

Lynne Murray

Lynne Murray has written nine books: a Science Fiction/Fantasy Gravitas: Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone, Her vampire comedy novel, The Falstaff Vampire Files, a romantic comedy novel, Bride of the Living Dead and four Josephine Fuller mysteries, Larger Than Death, won the Distinguished Achievement Award from NAAFA (National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance).

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Review by: Allan R. Wallace on Oct. 21, 2011 :
Nicely done. I like the admission on lack of time spent building a plot arc and instead planning a murder. A good murder just makes you smile. In fiction of course.
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