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WRITERS and READERS of DISTINCTIVE FICTION(WRDF)

Mary Lynn Hansel
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  • Rio Rancho, NM
  • United States
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Mary Lynn Hansel commented on Foery MacDonell's blog post THE FOOL'S JOURNEY - The Reading
"Enticing!"
Jun 15, 2009
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ADULT -- The Discussions Begin -

The times we should not..." Hell isn't merely paved with good intentions; it's walled and roofed with them. Yes, and furnished too." --Aldous HuxleyI can see why some people are so violently opposed to stem cell research; but not for the reasons they claim. Stem cell research will not kill any babies. Those who want to have an abortion will get an abortion. The stem cells of those children coud save the loves of countless other children and adults. Medical breakthroughs are possible in the…See More
May 25, 2009
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An Interview with Jonal Prince FireClan from The Sarran Plague

Jonal and his Femsib, Aelion, The Last Princess of FireClanAn Interview with Jonal, Admiral and Prince of Lightby AC KattAC: Did you always have a fiery disposition?Jonal: Yes, I suppose I did, even as a boy.AC: You seem to be very possessive of Tonas and now, Anya, does that stem from childhood?Jonal: Yes and no, AC. It stems from two sources. The first was my uncertainty over the strength of our Pair Bond. After the initial BondStir, Tonas held out longer than what most Sarrans before his…See More
May 11, 2009
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In Celebration of Earth Day - How the Sarrans Did Green

Location,Location,and Location...A civilization that survived on their home planet for untold numbers of cycles has three things that many other failed inhabited worlds lacked.The first is sheer luck. The Sarran home world is located well away from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy on one of the less populated spiral arms.The placement of Sarran's star system put the planet out of the main traffic lanes for planet eating asteroids, climate altering meteors and visits from further developed war…See More
Apr 22, 2009
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Apr 5, 2009
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Anatomy of a Novel - The Sarran Plague, A Moral Dilemma

Conflict -- A Moral DilemmaThe Sarran Planet The story for The Sarran Plague evolved from a proverb which I paraphrase here, The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Conflict is the key element of a good novel. The type of conflict I chose was a moral dilemma.All of the known humanoid races in the Milky Way Galaxy mate in pairs Sarran biology, although humanoid in origin,…See More
Apr 5, 2009
Judith commented on Mary Lynn Hansel's blog post Hero in Waiting
"So very true about the supporting actors and actresses in our books. Thanks for sharing the excerpt. Looks great!."
Mar 9, 2009
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Hero in Waiting

In vaudvillethey called him the Second Banana, in Hollywood--the supporting actor, on Broadway--the understudy. Who is he? In romance he is the hero's best friend, or the guy he just met who helps him out of a tight spot, in reality -- this is the guy hanging out for a book of his own. When you write a novel it naturally flows that the hero(s) and the heroine are the stars of the show. Yet,…See More
Mar 9, 2009
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Tigger Speaks!

One of the most interesting characters in The Sarran Plague is Tigger, Dr. Anya Forrester's orange and white striped tiger cat.People never notice the cat. The have conversations, they share secrets, they even speak treason in front of the cat. What would happen if the cat was sentient? No Earthen would believe he was and the Earthen would tell anyone who would listen that the cat was a pet, not a person. Yet, what if the cat were sentient and just chose not to speak. What if the cat were…See More
Mar 7, 2009
Ann B. Keller left a comment for Mary Lynn Hansel
"Welcome, Mary Lynn! So happy you could join us. Ann B. Keller"
Mar 3, 2009
Judith left a comment for Mary Lynn Hansel
"Hi Mary Lynn! Welcome to the group. Hope you have a blast here! Hugs, Judith"
Mar 2, 2009
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Mar 1, 2009
Hywela Lyn left a comment for Mary Lynn Hansel
"Hi Mary Lynn Welcome to Writers and Readers. It's great to have you here. I'm sure you'll soon find your way around and make friends - if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, we're a friendly bunch. Lyn My…"
Mar 1, 2009
Mary Lynn Hansel is now a member of Writers and Readers of Distinctive Fiction (WRDF)
Mar 1, 2009

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Are you a writer, reader, or other industry professional
Yes, I write under the pen name -- AC Katt. I am a writer of erotic romance. The Sarran Plague, my first novel, will be released by Eternal Press on April 7, 2009.
If a writer, are you published, pre-pubbed, or self-published?
I had a short story published in October of 2008 by Torquere Press and a novel upcoming on April 7, 2009.
As a writer, what type of stories do you Write or Read?
I get inspired to write by combination of things I see around me. I write erotic romance, but it could be Science Fiction, contemporary, paranormal or historical.
As a reader, what is your favorite genre, writer?
I have too many favorites to name.
How did you come to know about WRDF?
Foery McDonnell is my editor at Eternal Press.
What is your first impression of our site?
I can't really say without further investigation.
Do you have a website you'd like to post?
http://ackatt.com

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ADULT -- The Discussions Begin -

Posted on May 25, 2009 at 3:41am 0 Comments

The times we should not...



" Hell isn't merely paved with good intentions; it's walled and roofed with them. Yes, and furnished too." --Aldous Huxley



I can see why some people are so violently opposed to stem cell research; but not for the reasons they claim. Stem cell research will not kill any babies. Those who want to have an abortion will get an abortion. The stem cells of those children coud save the loves of countless other… Continue

An Interview with Jonal Prince FireClan from The Sarran Plague

Posted on May 11, 2009 at 6:43am 0 Comments

Jonal and his Femsib, Aelion, The Last Princess of FireClan



An Interview with Jonal, Admiral and Prince of Light



by AC Katt



AC: Did you always have a fiery disposition?



Jonal: Yes, I suppose I did, even as a boy.



AC: You seem to be very possessive of Tonas and now, Anya, does that stem from childhood?



Jonal: Yes and no, AC. It stems from two… Continue

In Celebration of Earth Day - How the Sarrans Did Green

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 5:57pm 0 Comments



Location,

Location,

and Location...



A civilization that survived on their home planet for untold numbers of cycles has three things that many other failed inhabited worlds lacked.The first is sheer luck. The Sarran home world is located well away from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy on one of the less populated spiral arms.



The placement of Sarran's star system put the planet out of the main traffic lanes for… Continue

Anatomy of a Novel - The Sarran Plague, A Moral Dilemma

Posted on April 5, 2009 at 11:31am 0 Comments



Conflict -- A Moral Dilemma



The Sarran Planet

The story for… Continue

Hero in Waiting

Posted on March 9, 2009 at 1:00am 2 Comments

In vaudvillethey called him the Second Banana, in Hollywood--the supporting actor… Continue

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At 1:23pm on March 22, 2011, Mike O'Hare said…

Many thanks for the link up, Mary. I’m looking at ways where we can help each other promote our material and ourselves. I suppose it begins with good communication. Did you have anything in mind in addition to this? I'm not that experienced in writing but I have a wealth of knowledge about people. This is the cover to my co-written book. You’d be welcome to post yours in my comments box or to the text facility on my page. All you have to do is ask :-)

At 10:57am on March 22, 2011, Mike O'Hare said…
I'm in the throes of helping to breathe a bit of extra life into WRDF. Can we be friends? If so, please add me.

MIKE at THE MEADOW
At 2:42am on March 6, 2009, Sandra Kay said…
Hi Mary Lynn. I'm running behind on my hostess duties, but want to extend a warm welcome to the group. You'll like it here.

Sandra

At 6:00am on March 3, 2009, Ann B. Keller said…
Welcome, Mary Lynn! So happy you could join us.

Ann B. Keller
At 11:06am on March 2, 2009, Judith said…
Hi Mary Lynn!

Welcome to the group. Hope you have a blast here!

Hugs,
Judith
At 7:25pm on March 1, 2009, Hywela Lyn said…
Hi Mary Lynn
Welcome to Writers and Readers. It's great to have you here. I'm sure you'll soon find your way around and make friends - if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, we're a friendly bunch.

Lyn


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