Author Archives: Daisy Harris

Farewell and Passing the Torch

Hi readers! Since Four Foxes One Hound began, I’ve been your Monday fox. However, life has gotten the better of me and due to competing commitments, I have to leave this lovely fox-ness. I’ve had a great time here, made … Continue reading

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It’s All in Your Point of View

Point of view shifts: the bane of the new writers existence. I’m not proud to admit it, but in the first draft of my first book (Mere Temptation) I switched POV every few paragraphs. Yes, it was that bad. My … Continue reading

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My Favorite Couple of All Time: Han and Leia

This week on Four Foxes, we’re exploring the topic of relationships in films- the ones that inspired our own characters. Well, my favorite film couple of all time was Han Solo and Princess Leia. Now, Han and Leia weren’t the … Continue reading

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She Brushed her Long, Blonde Hair: Character Description Snafus.

We’ve all seen it- that jarring scene of exposition where the character describes (for the audience’s benefit) what he or she looks like. The description throws us out of the scene because in real life, people don’t hang around thinking … Continue reading

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Mommies are People…(Mother’s Day Post)

…people with children. Busy with children and things that they do, There’s a lot of things A lot of mommies can do. from Free to Be You and Me Yep, I was one of those kids: a child of the … Continue reading

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Once I Have A Story Idea: Then What?

Ah- transitioning an idea into a an actual book. Funny topic! It’s funny, because people who plan to write a book “someday” often think that once you have an idea it automatically blossoms into full-length novel. Ha! I use a … Continue reading

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Passover, Matzah, and Being on the Outside Looking In

From ages 9 to 16, I lived in a neighborhood that was primarily Jewish, so Passover has special meaning to me- but it’s not what you would expect. Passover made me feel left out. I watched my friends’ families stock … Continue reading

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