Three best-selling authors sat at the conference table. Hundreds of people had crowded into the room. Some stood by the door.
Sarah Garcia, the only woman on the panel, sipped bottled water. What’s a nice introvert like me doing here?
The moderator started the discussion. “What is your writing process?”
The first two authors used outlines. One wrote summaries for each scene.
Then it was Sarah’s turn. “My characters write the story.”
The men smirked. “Characters are figments of your imagination,” one said.
“They are real to me.”
“Even if you prove me wrong, I’ll never agree with you.”
Let’s read what the other’s wrote.