Authors are often asked where the story they’ve written came from. It’s a good question, and the answer can provide interesting insights into the way the story unfolds, and the form that the story takes. In the case of my new novel Missing Girls, the story rises out of a play I wrote that wasn’t going anywhere even though its premise had attracted some interest from theater companies from New Jersey, New York and Maine. Turning Play Into Novel is the subject of a Guest Post that I wrote for Jeri Walker’s Word Bank blog. I’d like to invite readers of this post to pop over to Jeri’s blog here to read all about it.
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