Welcome to this week’s blog hop. Today the topic is:
Have you ever let a story write you into a surprise corner? Do you backtrack or shift gears?
I think the most difficult book for me to write was ‘Examining Kitchen Cupboards‘. It had more characters than in my other books, and also a main plot in England and then sub-plots in Jersey and Brazil. I wrote up to where Linus and Desi sat snogging on a bench in Howard Davis Park, and then I left them to it for about eighteen months while I thought about how the story might carry on but mostly concentrated on writing something else.
The whodunnit/suspense novels for me are more difficult to write, but it’s great when the penny drops and you suddenly have a flash of inspiration regarding how the story is going to pan out. I find the only…
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