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Throw them a challenge! That simple piece of advice remains one of the best I’ve received from other mystery writers in whose skilled footsteps I follow. It’s a variation on the ‘ask-the-what-if-questions’ approach to characters and plot. More importantly, it’s an incredibly useful way to develop your protagonists and antagonists. Put them outside their comfort zones (and even better, put yourself outside your comfort zone as a writer), and you’ll watch fascinating and quite unexpected things happen as a result.

The world is not at war, but as we scan almost every continent, it is naïve and optimistic to say that we are at peace. Over the last five years, the end of wars in Iraq or Afghanistan has really meant the outbreak of other hostilities across a plethora of countries,  outbreaks in Europe and North America, Indonesia and elsewhere.

Interview with Adam Dodek, Author of The Canadian Constitution thumbnail

Today's blog post is an author interview with Adam Dodek who's written the book The Canadian Constitution. Adam is an award-winning law professor at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law. He teaches and writes about the Canadian Constitution and the Supreme Court of Canada and has worked at the Supreme Courts of Canada and Israel and the U.S. Court of Appeals. He lives in Ottawa.