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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


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.)


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