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ROYA FETOVA – 10

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A Crowdsourced Novel

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The train got underway and jostled Frank in his seat when Roya whispered in his ear. “Look at that guy in the lower level across the aisle. He tailed my Mustang and got on the train with me. Anything familiar about him?” Continue reading

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ROYA FETOVA – 6

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A Crowdsourced Novel

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They probably removed the back seat of the Cessna to make room for contraband. Whatever the reason, something dug into Frank’s bruised side as he lay face-to-face with Roya and the turbulence got stronger. Continue reading

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ROYA FETOVA – 4

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A Crowdsourced Novel

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Tony had stolen a cheap Chevy for this job. When they reached heavy traffic, he closed to within two cars of the BMW and grinned. Either these guys didn’t expect a tail or they didn’t care. The one in front leaned his seat back. The one in back slid down out of view. The driver didn’t turn his head. Nighty-night boys. Continue reading

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TOM CLANCY

I enjoy Tom Clancy’s novels.  I broke out my old paperbacks and now find myself in the middle of the second book.

In a previous post, I compared plot-driven to character-driven novels.  Continue reading

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SUSPENSE

Let’s talk about action and suspense.

I’m taking it as given that suspense is legitimate fodder for a modern novel.  Continue reading

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