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LET'S WRITE WITH FRAN LEWIS

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Welcome to the second edition of LET's Write with host Fran Lewis. Today best selling author and head writer of Murder She Wrote, Tom Sawyer will be joining this panel of distinquished authors which includes best selling author Alan Topol and award winning author Stuart Yates.

Today's discussion will center around creating different settings when writing historical fiction or a murder mystery. How important is the setting to the storyline and how does their main character adjust to the different changes in setting that often occur throughout a book. If their main character could pick anywhere in the world they would like to go in the next book, what would it be and why? How do these authors keep it interesting for readers? What is the importance of mood and dialogue and how do you keep it flowing and not stilted. These topics and more will be discussed when you join Fran Lewis, your host and these distinquished authors of Let's Write.

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