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Still reading, Tere. I'm looking forward to Part II,

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Hey Tere,

I came across this thread today:

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Pretty cool to finally have the novel turning up here. emoticon

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Kat, I've said it many times. You are missing out on your true calling. You should be an intelligence analyst in the employ of Britain's M16 service. Who knows? Your beautiful brain just might make James Bond's character finally interesting.

Well, at least my note from '10 doesn't give the novel's entire plot away. There are still a few surprises waiting for you. Part II is called The Inheritance. Title itself enough of a clue to what Ena is about to discover. This part came as a surprise. It had not been in the plan. It damn near wrote itself. A little insistently actually.

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Very good. Part 2 started up. I confess to something that still kind of tickles me. Before the actual writing began I had spent about 2 years preparing. Had it all in outline. Story line, characters, texture, environment. I had not anticipated The Inheritance, which is this part. It came as a complete surprise and only after I had started in on the telling.

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hi tere,

Just read the first part of "The Inheritance."
I really enjoyed every bit of it--the wonderful description of waking up, the snow, the birds and other [sign in to see URL] closet! Now I can't wait to read the next chapter.
Beautiful writing, tere.

Chris

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Thanks, Chris. Glad the first few pages work for you. Slow reading, I know. But I was after a full portrait. Now what about what Ena's grandmother left her?

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still reading & enjoying every word, the language & lovely description - this is like - classical work - reminds me of the classical writers.
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Glad you continue to keep along, Queen. And thank you. That is a big thing to say.

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Today's installment a bit of a tease, deliberately so I confess.

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Very curious re: that letter, tere,

Waiting for the next installment,

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Next installment posted. Ena's letter from her grandmother. This was the novel's surprise to me. Not intended, not in the design. I have mixed feelings about airing the information. But there it is.

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I love the letter from Ena's grandmother. I love where it's taking the narrative.

Still reading along, tere, as you can see,

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Thank you, Chris. Yes. The letter vector's the tale.

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Hi Tere,

I finally got a chance to read Part II! I have been wanting to get to it for weeks, and I'm glad today, two days before Samhain, my intention came true.
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