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V. Eln

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  1. Rebecca, Thank you for your willingness to address the Google issue. You are speaking for me too. I'm not trying to be political when I make this detached, nonpartisan observation about Google. One doesn't even have to read the Google News stories to be exposed to their bias. Just look at the pictures - those from one side are always smiling and glowing - those from the other are always scowling and fuming. Somewhat less than subtle propaganda. V.
  2. Phy. One of my "villains" unintentionally turned into an "antihero." He actions were illegal and immoral and ultimately very harmful but his heart was always in the right place. He wasn't supposed to be lovable, even a little, but he is. V.
  3. Welcome. I'm pretty new too. The members are great. very supportive. You'll like it here. V.
  4. I think violence, or its threat, can be a natural part of an exciting story for Christians, though there is a line. Readers and writers can both sense when a description of violence becomes gratuitous. One can describe the crucifixion, the repulsive, horrifying madness of it, without dwelling excessively on all the gory details.
  5. That's great. The appetite for private investigator stories is insatiable and you've created a terrific title. I would buy a copy. Good luck! Agree with the others about cover art, Try out some of your own ideas. A hand sketch. Stage some digital photographs. Use Windows Paint. Learning what your heart prefers will not be wasted effort. V.
  6. First it caused a great big grin. Then it turned into a chuckle. Nice gift. Thank you, V.
  7. Re: Social Media and Queries Both have been nonproductive for me so far. I've read that the computer has turned us all into writers and the number of manuscripts worldwide has mushroomed. It's just not possible for everyone worthy to be discovered so lots of quality work will never be published or read. Sobering. Still, it hasn't daunted my enthusiasm for writing. Maybe it's not all about fame and fortune.
  8. There was a book by an artist (a painter or sculptor) who said, "I am lured to create. I have little or no control over being discovered."
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