Comming Attractions and Spelling Poll

Guess what? I don’t know how to spell “coming”! I’ve left it incorrect in the title because I’m taking a poll. Hands up, everybody who thinks it OUGHT TO have two Ms.

Tomorrow, author Robin Spano guests here, talking about her mystery, THE DEAD POLITICIAN SOCIETY, a title we can all get behind, although various of us would imagine different politicians in the title role.

Donna Fletcher Crow visits again September 14 with a new post in honor of the US release of her new entry in the Monastery Murders series, A VERY PRIVATE GRAVE.

Tuesday, I kick off my blog book tour for EEL’S REVERENCE at Fatal Foodies, talking about food as characterization. I’ll be posting at a different blog every weekday for two weeks, but I’ll be here every day with a new writing prompt.

WRITING PROMPT: Is your main character interested in politics, national, local, familial or work-related? If so, describe. If not, why not?

MA

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  1. Robin Spano

    September 5, 2010 at 11:29am

    Yay…looking forward to being here tomorrow! Here are answers to both of your questions.

    Comming…ha ha. Sounds to me like the act of being a communist…but we all know I’m a bit of a political junkie.

    Is my main character interested in politics? No. She could not care less about them…she finds them boring and irrelevant…at least at the beginning of the story.

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      Marian Allen

      September 5, 2010 at 4:41pm

      Intriguing that your MC in DEAD POLITICIANS had no interest in politics. I can see where that would be most useful–people could fill in the reader while they’re filling in the MC, and it gives her a ready-made growth arc. You are brilliant!

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  2. Amanda

    September 5, 2010 at 10:16pm

    I spell “coming” wrong all the time. I just looks right as “comming” to me. But I am probably one of the worst spellers, so don’t even as me. LOL

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