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S - The places I've lived, people I see. Media-wise, I love cinematic crime like Chinatown and Pulp Fiction. I'm also a big fan of novelist Erskine Caldwell. His characters are most often dirt poor and slaves to runaway libidos.


J - So it's more about people with complicated lives? S - Sometimes it's making poor choices and other times the characters are social misfits. I can't pass an idling car without thinking it would be fun to take a joyride but it isn't such an inviting lark that I'd do it. Some people don't have that brake and these are the characters that interest me, people who wander out on a limb. J - While writing I've often found characters taking unexpected turns S - Yes, I think of a scene I wrote recently where a character started saying the exact opposite of what I needed him to say and then another character played off of this switch and righted the ship in a manner that was completely unexpected.

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Those are the fun moments. J - So you aren't interested in crime fiction in the 'Columbo' sense - a murder to be solved? S - My next project is a traditional mystery but the principal character is a free spirit and feels like she's cut from the noir fabric so I'm excited about what's developing there. Haunted by visions of mayhem and murder, Annie Jones turns her waking nightmares into bestsellers, only to find true fear waits beyond the printed word Brian doesn't sell used cars. He sells quality pre-owned vehicles. Like many salesmen, he doesn't own a car but borrows various autos from the lot Hotel owner C.

Before he can embrace his future, he'll have to sort his past. Or die trying