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Old Oct 25 2011, 02:37 AM   #1
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Default The Writer's Toolbox

Inspired by another poster elsewhere on the forum, here's a thread for us all to ponder.

What aspects of a writer's skill set are most important to you as a reader? What do you think Anne does best? Worst?
What style of novel do you prefer - plot or character driven?
How important are realistic characters to you? Can they throw off your enjoyment of a story if the author writes one too out of date with modern sensibilities?
What about plot? How well do you think Anne's plots have stood the test of time?
How do you think Todd compares to Anne as a writer? Is the overlap in their skills (or lack of overlap) seamless or not? Does it make a difference to your enjoyment of their respective books?

Add some questions of your own! I'll be back with my own answers after dropping Matthew off at nursery.

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