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October 28, 2007

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Jinni Turkelson

Susan, I'm thrilled to know that part of Nightshade will be from McQuaid's point of view. When we know characters as well as we think we know China and McQuaid, it's fun to find out what he's really thinking. Other authors I read have done that and I think it added much to the series. Some people don't like it but don't worry about them!Thanks for all your great communication!

Dani

I promise to be kinder than I was with Mary Stewart when she changed POV in her Arthurian series. ;) It was a tough call, since the first three books were Merlin's POV, and couldn't really be in The Wicked Day. Still, the series became a trilogy, and the fourth book was all but forgotten. That's definitely the case for me. I only reread the first three. It took me years to discover it was mostly because of POV. I truly missed Merlin.

I'm looking forward to reading what you come up with!

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