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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 9

Blake sat in the flickering dimness of the study,
writing furiously in his diary.

This chapter, along with the other ‘Blake’ chapters, was a late addition to the manuscript. 965 more words

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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 8

Had he left the jacket on purpose?
Did he want to see her again or was it simply an accident?
These were weighty questions and would take some consideration. 840 more words

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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 7

‘This is it, coming up on the left,’ Winter said
as they turned into Waverly Street.

I was living in the suburb of Clovelly while finishing the final re-writes of… 1,064 more words

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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 5

By the time Winter left the Heritage Centre, the afternoon
light had taken on a much darker quality.

Weather is a great way to affect the mood of a scene. 927 more words

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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 4

Darkness rippling with emerald light. Bells tolling somewhere in the distance.
She was flying, or falling, while someone held her hand tightly.

Originally, this glimpse of the Dead Lands comprised its own very short chapter. 990 more words

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Author Commentary: Winter's Shadow Chapter 3

Standing over one of the graves, dressed in
a simple grey suit, was a young man.

This is the scene that gave birth to the entire Winter saga. 954 more words

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Breathe, then write

I remember the moment I was inspired to write Winter’s Shadow. Three years ago I was walking past a BORDERS on my way home from work when a… 792 more words