At “Mark Reads”: A Wizard Abroad, chapter 8

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I do love problem-solving scenes. They’re actually a lot of fun to write, and there are a number of them in my book. There’s something really rewarding about putting characters through a scenario that’s complicated and challenging because scenes like this can be so natural. How would people deal with a conflict like this? How do distinct characters react differently to a problem? And even cooler, Duane manages to inject this whole situation with a powerful dynamic by having all of the younger characters act as the most powerful agents. I know I just referenced that, but it’s even more obvious here.

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