I’m always interested in reading writers on writing. For that reason I’ve enjoyed following B.K. Stevens’ blog, The First Two Pages, where crime fiction authors are asked to reflect on and discuss the decisions they made and the problems they faced in writing the first two pages of a published work, either a short story or novel.
I’m delighted that Bonnie’s given me the chance to discuss my novel, Damned If You Don't, at The First Two Pages this week. I hope you’ll have a chance stop by.
If this is your first visit, you might want to check the archives for terrific posts by fine writers like Terrie Farley Moran, John Floyd, Jim Jackson, Kaye George, Jacqueline Seewald and Bonnie Stevens, among others.