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May 18, 2006
posted by David Meigs at 5/18/2006 02:41:00 AM
Forgiving Solomon Long, by Chris Well, was one of my all-time favorite reads of this past year.

Yesterday, Brandilyn Collins conducted pt-1 of a Q&A with Chris Well, where she allowed her blog readers to supply the questions.

I was so pleased to see him address my question about his novel production process on his blog.

After you read this amazing chronicling of his novel writing process, be sure to check out his newest book, Deliver Us From Evelyn. Watch for my review, coming soon.
 

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7 Comments:


At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger Rulan

wow. Way cool look into his book planning etc. Makes a writer want to write when reading that.

Thanks for posting this.

Peace and blessing to you this day and always.

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger jel

these books do look good!
will have to do the check-it-out- thing :0


the chocolate is on it's way!
enjoy!~~~~~~~

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger The Curmudgeon's Rant

Rulan, I knew you’d like it.

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger The Curmudgeon's Rant

jel, - Chris Well is a must read!

And thanks, the chocolate arrived in great shape, minus a nibble on one corner.

Hungry were we?

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger jel

Hey your lucky, that I even shared that much! you know a girl needs her chocolate!

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger Bonnie Calhoun

You're right Dave, Forgiving Solomon Long was a great read.

The first wuestion on Brandilyns' list for Chirs was mine.

Me and you think alike...be afraid...LOL...be very afraid!

 

At Thursday, May 18, 2006, Blogger The Curmudgeon's Rant

Bonnie, you have the great mind... I’m just playing copy cat.

It’s cool she did your question first. I’m not sure why she elected not to do mine. But I am glad to see that Chris tackled it on his blog.