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Tasha Alexander | Dare to Dream

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When I first started writing, I hardly dared to dream. I banged away on a semi- decrepit laptop in my attic apartment in New Haven, Connecticut (yes, really, an attic...servants’ quarters, actually; I kept looking with no success for the butler...), working on my debut novel, And Only to Deceive, with only the briefest someday-maybe-if-I’m-good-and-lucky-this-will-get-published thoughts.

I’d chosen the location for the novel carefully—wanted to use settings familiar to me. Places I’d actually been. I studied abroad in college, living in London, and that seemed an easy starting point. Two trips to Paris had cemented the city in my soul, and a recent visit to Greece had wholly seduced me. I was confident I could capture the essentials of each location.

But what next?

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