Comment

Use this page to engage in a dialogue regarding writing (fiction especially), publishing, reading . . . anything related, even vaguely, to the world of the book.

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4 thoughts on “Comment

  1. I enjoyed reading the book, particularly its ability to depict the cold in Russia, the mysterious auras of the characters, and the literary “grandness” of its story.

  2. Thanks very much, Pamm. A lot of people have commented on the cold in the novel. Ironically, the scene where Hektr is lost in the city at night and getting colder and colder, I was at a conference in Daytona Beach in mid june, and I recall sitting on the hotel patio writing that scene in sweltering heat and humidity — maybe the images came from some sort of wish fulfillment at the moment of writing. Thanks also for your support.

  3. Thanks for the comments and kind thoughts, Erin (although I’m not 100% certain what you mean by “editing is related to the world of the book”). I appreciate your interest in my books, and I’d be happy to field some questions. Take care.

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