Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Roundtable Again!

You may remember Jeff Sherratt participating in the Thriller Writers Roundtable discussions this past month. Well, Teresa Burrell is joining the conversation this week, answering the question, "Who struggles more to write across gender lines - men or women?" The answers are already up, and the conversation is rumbling. It's a fantastic forum for writers and readers alike to share their varying perspectives. This question is particularly relevant for Teresa, as her novel, The Advocate's Betrayal, shifts back and forth between the point of view of the protagonist, Sabre Orin Brown, and her close friend, a cowboy detective, as they each search for answers to the riddle of a mysterious man's murder. Their stories stretch across the country, and their characters couldn't be more distinct. It takes artistry and craftsmanship to write such diverse perspectives, which puts Teresa in a distinctly knowledgeable position with this conversation. Feel free to join in the buzz!

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