Writing with a co-writer is more fun and thrilling than writing alone. It is like playing a literary game of chess. Zoe writes a scene and then I tag on the next and so on. Whomever’s turn it is to write the first paragraph, ultimately determines the genre of the book, but a lot can happen from start to finish and we both relish in throwing the other a curve ball, sending them sprawling in a direction they had not planned. Today Zoe has thrown me for a loop by putting me inside of a comic shop for a Dungeons and Dragons Game! I did play one time when I was thirteen at a friend of my cousin’s. It was fun because there were so many people there, but I never did it again, so now I am at a total loss of where to go with this next scene. I have just scanned local comic shops and now I must do a little research. Touche, Zoe! You got me this time….
Crystal Blue Murder, by Saralyn Richard
In Saralyn Richard’s Detective Parrott Mystery Series, things are often mysterious, complicated and dangerous, but Oliver Parrott is never daunted by the challenge. In fact, he has a tendency to choose tough and resilient like his wife, Tonya....Read more All blogs