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James H. Pence I love telling stories that engage readers. When someone says, "I couldn't put your book down," I'm delighted.
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If that doesn't work, I just start writing anything that comes into my head. It's always easier to direct a moving object. If I'm writing--even if it's nonsense--eventually I get on track and begin writing something worthwhile.(less)
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My YA novel, Friendly Revenge, launches this week, so here are 12 things you might not know about Friendly Revenge.

1. Written in 1996, Friendly Revenge is my first novel, preceding the first draft of Unseen (Blind Sight) by three years.

2. Friendly Revenge is a spin-off from the first piece I ever had published, a short story titled The Preacher's Kid.

3. An Easter egg at the end of Chapter 3 in... Read more of this blog post »
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