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Phillip Margolin I don't get writer's block because I don't start writing until I've developed characters and plot and have an idea for the ending. Then I outline by t…moreI don't get writer's block because I don't start writing until I've developed characters and plot and have an idea for the ending. Then I outline by talking my way through the book from start to finish. My novel is always different from my out line but the problems I have are "What should I put in chapter B to get from A to C and not how can I continue my plot. Phil(less)
Phillip Margolin I love creating a three dimensional world where everything works out just the way I want it to. I also love the puzzle aspects of writing. I have a pl…moreI love creating a three dimensional world where everything works out just the way I want it to. I also love the puzzle aspects of writing. I have a plot, I have characters and an idea. Can I make them fit to be a book readers will enjoy? Phil(less)
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“The inferior man lived only in his fantasies, because he lacked willpower and imagination. The superior man made his fantasies a reality. (Martin Darius)”
Phillip Margolin, Gone, But Not Forgotten

“After checking into the Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle, Dana walked to Yesler Way, a steep street known as Skid Road in the 1850s, when the area was teeming with trees and a chute was used to skid logs to Henry Yesler’s sawmill. When Seattle’s city center moved north, the area became a dilapidated haven for drunks and derelicts and went from being called Skid Road to Skid Row, a term eventually used all over America to refer to a down-and-out section of a town or city.”
Phillip Margolin, Sleight of Hand

“Leave now and live, or stay here and die. Your choice.”
Phillip Margolin, The Perfect Alibi

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