Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Character matters in a fantasy and adventure novel

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Today is voting day in the U.S. But every day is voting day when you decide to read fiction such as fantasy, mystery, science fiction or action & adventure. May I suggest that when considering these categories, that you vote for fictional characters who do the right thing even though they may never be rewarded or never become famous. Their actions are so important that one or two of them might actually save the world. But they need to risk their lives knowing that even if they succeed, no one may even learn their name. They act because it is the right thing to do -- and fun to read!

Gettysburg Passage by John Callahan, now available from Amazon.com for $2.99.
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