Tag: The Ruin of Charles Lynch

Not all Writers Are Sadists, Just Few of Us.

  “Characters in novels don’t practice trivial behaviors like picking up the mail unless it enhances the  story’s plot line. We don’t include our hero’s choice of boxers over briefs (unless there’s a reason to mention it), but we do include the things that motivates or breaks them. Not all writers are sadists, just  few of us. …

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Into the Void

“I don’t want to GO, but I do like to be invited. If I do go, I arrive early and leave early. I’m told people say, “I just saw Phyllis a few minutes ago but it seems she’s disappeared.” – Phyllis Davis, author, The Ruin of Charles Lynch