A world of make-believe…
When a writer pens a novel, he or she makes a deliberate attempt to make the characters come alive. Some are heroes; some are villains.
What happens when the villains mutiny and clamor to be painted in favorable light just like their counterparts? What happens when antagonists join in a class action and sue the authors of the novels in which they appear?
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About the Author
Now retired, Blevins lives in Grand Junction, Colorado and continues to write mystery/romance novels. She and fellow fiction writer, Carroll Multz, have coauthored a series of children/young adult novels featuring the R*U*1*2s, a band of preteens who collaborate to solve mysteries.
Carroll Multz has been a trial lawyer for over forty years, a former two-term district attorney, assistant attorney general, and judge, has been involved in cases ranging from municipal courts to and including the United States Supreme Court. His high profile cases have been reported in the New York Times, Redbook Magazine and various police magazines. He was one of the attorneys in the Columbine Copycat Case that occurred in Fort Collins, Colorado, in 2001 that was featured by Barbara Walters on ABC's 20/20. Now retired, he is an Adjunct Professor at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado, teaching law-related courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. He has authored over a dozen technical books and novels.