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Review: The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon
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Reader: What were some of your inspirations for the characters? I have a very hard time picturing faces. My characters are more familiar to me on a spiritual level than on a physical level. But their physical characteristics are usually developed according to their personalities. Lark: small, delicate. Ashy colored hair.
He was so close, why this. I mean, he was an early villain, and my need was loud. And if this. Stay alive.
He wasn't. Our heroine Lark has a gift - she is called a teller. But their physical characteristics are usually developed according to their personalities. If he loved her or loved Lark, his concern for himself overshadowed those feelings.