I had to wait until after Christmas to post this so no one thought it was a hint! 🙂 This is the perfect gift for the writer in your life.
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Fortunately for my loved ones, I really can’t insert them into novels about angels, so all you guys…no worries. You’re safe.
(Although I’ll give you a heads-up: I did insert myself into my novel. Let me know if you find me.)
Hee! Several of my coworkers are running around in the Sebau novel.
I should get this for my mother, although she’s already carried through this threat with me [rolleyes].
Correction: My mother got this from her writer’s group for Christmas. Figures.
That’s so funny, Diinzumo.
I dunno–to me, it seems kind of rude to put a transparent copy of someone you know in your book. I’ve found for myself, the fastest way to kill a manuscript is to insert someone I don’t like into it.
I figure, if I don’t like someone in real life, why would I want to spend hundreds of virtual hours with the person in the writing and editing?
At some level, I have to love all my characters, and that kind of precludes using them for revenge. 🙂
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