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A question about a Patricia Briggs cameo in the books.
« on: January 05, 2008, 10:32:21 pm »
Would you ever consider making yourself a cameo character in one of the novels?  Not so much the way Alfred Hitchcock tried to have a few seconds on film in each of his movies, but as yourself.  Mercy hasn't shown as much of a fiction reader, but might some other character, say Jessie, invegle her to go to a store where you were signing fictionally, & you end up innocently passing on something you've learned about European history that ends up being a clue to resolving some problem that comes up later?  Or in one of the Anna & Charles books?
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Re: General Mercy's world question
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2008, 10:51:43 pm »
I highly recommend Katharine Brigg's Encyclopedia of Fairies -- which is a lot of fun.   I don't know about making a cameo appearance.  Mostly because it is my job not to remind you that you are reading a fictional story -- and if I make an appearance, it's kind of slapping you in the face with it.
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Patty ;)