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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Ask that burning writing question!

Don't forget to leave your writing questions for James Scott Bell! Leave a comment on his interview. He'll be back with answers to questions later this week.

The KMIS team

1 Comments:

Anonymous Vicki McCollum said...

I'm reading "Try Dying," and enjoying it very much. I've noticed several instances where Tyler, main character-lawyer-turned private eye, sometimes speaks in "gut-rot' cliches, like, "belly up the bar," and others. Yet, many times I've stopped to reread sentences that are beautifully original--so, I'm thinking the cliche-speak is for characterization.
I guess to be blunt, how do you get away with the cliche's? (by the way, they are entertaining.)
Thanks,
Vicki

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