661 – How Paula Brackston picks her characters’ names and uses language to set a tone.

Mignon and Paula Brackston (author of “The Witch’s Daughter” and “The Little Shop of Found Things”) talk about how Paula picks her characters’ names, how she uses language to set a tone, and how she juggles working on multiple books at once.

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