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Fran Touchette
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Pam Long left a comment for Fran Touchette
"Fran,  I see that you're in Flippin. I'm up in the northwest corner - where the Razorbacks play - close to Fayetteville. So, you write mysteries?"
May 29, 2013
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Two Great Quick Read Mysteries

Looking for a quick read?  A good but short mystery that you can escape into for a day at the beach or a few afternoons on the hammock or in your favorite recliner?  Either Fake Pastor or Widows Indeed might be just what you’re looking for. In Fake Pastor, the first in the Rose Jackson Series, you will meet Rose, a 32…See More
Mar 18, 2013
E.Van Johnson left a comment for Fran Touchette
"|Hi Fran, writing in the first person can be very limiting, but if it works for you fine. I run creative writers groups here in Mallorca and find many start in the first person and then get lost in things like the time line or a third person…"
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Diana Marian Hockley left a comment for Fran Touchette
"HI Fran, Thank you for welcoming me to the site  :)  I write Australian crime and to add to the current conversation, my first book had every character in first POV (it worked!) and the second had the main protagonist, DSS Susan Prescott…"
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"Editing Taneycomo Mist today. I wrote it almost 20 years ago. This is fun."
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Fran Touchette commented on Robert Sheppard's group Writers and Authors
"First person or 3rd person.  Which do you write in and why?  Hi, I have written the first book in my Rose Jackson Mystery Series, Fake Pastor, in the first person, and have started writing the 2nd book in the first person.  I wonder…"
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Two Great Quick Read Mysteries

Posted on March 13, 2013 at 2:22pm 1 Comment

Looking for a quick read?  A good but short mystery that you can escape into for a day at the beach or a few afternoons on the hammock or in your favorite recliner?  Either Fake Pastor or Widows Indeed might be just what you’re looking for. 

In Fake Pastor, the first in the Rose Jackson Series, you…

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At 3:34pm on March 13, 2013, Diana Marian Hockley said…

HI Fran,

Thank you for welcoming me to the site  :)  I write Australian crime and to add to the current conversation, my first book had every character in first POV (it worked!) and the second had the main protagonist, DSS Susan Prescott in first and everyone else in third. My next has two characters in first for their introductory chapters and everyone else in third. Hope it works! Looking forward to reading your work  :) Have to go up to hospital now, I took my husband in last night. He was so sick with the flu that he was going into shock.  Best, Diana.

At 9:36am on March 14, 2013, E.Van Johnson said…

|Hi Fran,

writing in the first person can be very limiting, but if it works for you fine. I run creative writers groups here in Mallorca and find many start in the first person and then get lost in things like the time line or a third person commenting on an emotion which they cannot know about, but as I say we are all individuals so do whatever you feel suits you.

Remember, evyone is entitles to an opinion, listen to them all and then make up your own mind as to what is best for you.

That way you can't blame anyone else and you will develop your own style which is so important.

Good Luck.

Van

At 5:40pm on May 29, 2013, Pam Long said…

Fran, 

I see that you're in Flippin. I'm up in the northwest corner - where the Razorbacks play - close to Fayetteville. So, you write mysteries?

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