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Fact can weave itself into fiction, especially in murder mysteries

In this news release, I comment on a contemporary news article about women physicians breaking the "glass ceiling" regarding salaries as compared to males and how the discrepancy pushes character Diana Bratton into conflict in my latest novel "Wiggle Room."

http://www.freepublicitygroup.com/release_darden_north_murder_mystery_sept113.html

I would appreciate anyone sharing his or her own experience in such promotional efforts: that is, publicly commenting on true-to-life issues and how those issues are used in a novel's plot or character development.

Thanks,
Darden
Darden North
www.dardennorth.com
IPPY winner in Southern Fiction for "Points of Origin"
"Wiggle Room" Summer 2013





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