Today, we talk about those deferred dreams.
Book Journey: Holding Hands
Part 10: Backstory–the Heart of the Novel
Part 9–Other Characters—The Voice of God Character
Part 8: Other Characters–Comic Relief Sometimes when I read a story that deals with difficult subject matter, I need a little lightness and levity. So, when things get especially difficult with my protagonist, I need that little clown (even though I don’t like clowns—you know the clown-clowns) to give the reader a pause from the intensity. Besides, that’s how life …
Meet Holding Hands’ Resident Antagonist . . .