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Fiction Friday: Meet a New Character from my Novel-in-Progress

By Leslie Lindsay After culling through  my completed manuscript and making notes…okay, about 100 color-coded notecards, I have come to the conclusion that I need another layer woven into the tapestry of my story.  Meet Nolan Baxter.  He’s there for a reason: to impart information to the reader that main characters Annie and Steve may not know or have access to.  He’s there to make readers say, “WTF?”  and he’s going to help tie things together in the end.  Take a peek.  Let me know your thoughts.  Remember, this is an original work of fiction. Please do not make your own.  ***Be sure to LIKE my Facebook author page at https://www.facebook.com/LeslieALindsay1?ref=hl*** “Nolan Baxter wrote the obligatory ghost story on Halloween, the stories of lasting love on Valentine’s Day and interviews folks around the Bean about homelessness.  Worse, Nolan Baxter was a chameleon, his colors changing based on who he was around—and how he could please them, never fully understanding who he was and what made him tick.           Human interest stories became his passion.  What interested …