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  1. I also thought this was too believable so there must be some biographical elements here. I certainly know at least one Hannice.

    • I’ve just re-read it to check, and I can confirm that there are no parallels with my life (different personality type, too; I’m INTJ) or that of anyone I know well. I guess I did an okay job.

  2. You got me! This felt so believable that I was certain at some point I was reading some sort of nonfiction biography. Great work! He seems like an interesting character. 🙂

    • That may be one of the nicest things anyone has said to me, Alex. Thank you. It’s the fourth in the series, with more to come. For a fictional memoir, you might like ‘ I think it’s called progress

  3. Hi Keith, I just wanted to stop by and say howdy and I have moved blogs – again – I know, I was hacked, so I am back to good old, safer WordPress, which at the end of the day is much cheaper. Its been a very educational process… Anyway, please stop by and visit me at http://www.octpusink.org I’d love to see your comments again.

  4. Sorry – I meant ‘nicely’ developed.

    “An edit key! An edit key! My kingdom for an edit key!”
    (with apologies to William Shakespeare…)

    • Thank you, Kate. What I didn’t say is that the name Hannice Knight is an anagram of my name. He’s nothing like me, though. I almost used the name as a nom-de-plume, but he decided he wanted a part in my books, and who am I to argue?.

      • Clever! I like the idea of anagrams. There is a great old Ellery Queen novel about anagrams. You should google Ellery Queen and anagrams and see if title pops up. I liked the story when I read it years ago.

        • I shall do that, Kate. In the interests of full disclosure, however, it was not I who came up with the anagram; a rather clever friend suggested it when I was looking for a nom-de-plume for last year’s Write Club.

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