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How sagas develop - Katherine Kerr


Just some honest words ahead of everything else. I did read most of the Daggerspell saga and actually couldn't continue past book 6 or 7. It got too confusing.

Even so, what Katherine Kerr says about the growth of her sagas really resonates with me. Characters come up and demand, yes, demand a novel about them. It has happened to be.

But read for yourself: ]Saga, Series, and Just Plain Long Books

So, have you had characters demand more attention?

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Yep. One of my characters, whom I had intended to be a supporting character, has decided to narrate the story. Nice guy, but pushy as heck. emoticon

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Exactly! That's what they do.

And I love it. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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