Monday, May 29, 2006

play dead at the idea boutique

my post is now up at the idea boutique:


The premise: Dead bodies aren't staying dead.

Turn on the news and there's another story about somebody waking up in an autopsy suite just as the Y incision begins.
That was the trigger for PLAY DEAD.

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8 comments:

emeraldcite said...

I really liked the David Gould character. He was, by far, the most dynamic in Play Dead. It was a great read.

I have to say that I'm really enjoying Pale Immortal. The characterization in it is amazing.

I have to say that you've worried far too much. :)

Did I mention that I'm a picky reader?

anne frasier said...

a certain... ahem... person in charge called david gould "despicable, with no redeeming qualities."

that was quite a high point in my writing career. i don't think i'll ever forget that comment. maybe i should start using it as a blurb! :D



i'm glad you're enjoying PI! you can probably tell that i love writing teenagers.

Kelly Parra said...

Really great backstory! Yes, I too, fell for David Gould. *sigh* ;D

Jeff said...

Your post at The Idea Boutique is very good. Play Dead is a great book. :)

jason evans said...

Great backstory, Anne! I posted more over there.

anne frasier said...

kelly, jeff, jason:

thanks!! :)

bekbek said...

You know that point where the music had been happily playing along but all of a sudden the needle screeches to a halt on the vinyl?

What do you mean about zombies, exactly? You write as if there actually have been zombies.

Why is it 2:45 a.m. as I write this? Am I supposed to be able to go back to sleep now?!

anne frasier said...

now i suppose you'll try to tell me the crack fairy isn't real. hands over ears. lalalalalalala.