Making faces at the screen

A.D.Trosper

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My husband laughs at me often when I’m writing. Why? Apparently I make faces at the screen while I’m writing. If I’m writing a funny or happy scene, I’m smiling. I’ve been known to be frowning when one of my characters is upset or confused. I chuckle when something is funny and even cry when something sad is happening.

As I was finishing the writing of Tears of War, the next book in my Dragon’s Call series, I had trouble typing through the tears that flowed down my face.

My middle son asked me, “Why are you crying?”

I told him it was because something sad was happening to my characters.

His reply: How can it be sad for you? You’re the author, you know it’s coming and how it’s going to happen. You’ve known it was coming since you started on…

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