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#TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: Z

Zing . . Zing is probably the only possible word to use for what happens in Clef Notes. An anthology of short stories that tell the romantic tales of the side characters from The Cellist, I never originally planned on writing Clef Notes. But, the characters insisted, and I was sucked into a vortex of… Continue reading #TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: Z

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#TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: V

Villain . . In Lead Me Into the Light, there is an obvious villain in Lucifer, but there is also the introduction to a character who is an unexpected villain. Lucifer was such an exciting character to write, because there was so much scope for what he was capable of and what consequences might arise… Continue reading #TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: V

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#TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: U

Unity . . When I began writing the Decadent series, I always knew that it was going to be a series about friendship just as much as it was about romance. It began with Konnor and Lachlan, but it grew into something that I never expected. Each relationship was only successful because of the friendships… Continue reading #TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: U