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Ambushed...

If a writer goes out looking for a story long enough, eventually a tale worth telling will be found. Curiosity and persistence can sometimes make up for a considerable deficit of talent and inspiration. The best stories, though, are the ones that find the writer. We writers live in hope of being ambushed by a yarn that we would never have discovered on our own.

Most lately, I've been ambushed by Millicent McTeer, a little girl about eight years old who lives in an old inn with her parents in a southern Appalachian tourist town called Asheton. She is the daughter of a couple of characters in my third novel, Laurel Falls. I was surprised, because I never knew Joshua and Amelia had any children.

I'll do my best to carry her story back to you. If I survive, you'll probably see Millicent sometime next year in The Winged Child. I'll keep you posted... 

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