sodgers at dodo.com.au
Sat Dec 11 21:26:48 EST 2004
It's writing serendipity. It also happens when you find you need something
to explain...whatever. Once I did a book with a hero who had been very badly
brought up (he was a genetic construct) and I had to explain why he wasn't
utterly horrible. That's when I discovered his foster-father's working
partner (who was already in the book) and who had obviously given the
counterbalancing influence. It happens far too often to be chance.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dorian E. Gray" <israfel at eircom.net>
To: <dwj at suberic.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 12, 2004 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: Birthdays
> Sallyo said...
> > Interesting thing, Tarot. I invented my own version for a book once. I
> > then
> > had to do a story based on a card, and accidentally included
> > letters...only
> > to find the card DID stand for correspondence!
> Yes, but I find that writing just *does* that. I've written more than one
> story where I put something in more or less off the top of my head, and
> subsequently discovered something shinily appropriate to the story about
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