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The making of a killer virus

The symptoms of the disease that threatens my characters in The Way We Fall are listed right on the book jacket description:

It starts with an itch you just can’t shake. Then comes a fever and a tickle in your throat. A few days later, you’ll be blabbing your secrets and chatting with strangers like they’re old friends. Three more, and the paranoid hallucinations kick in.

And then you’re dead.

So how did I come up with that series of symptoms? Why did I decide to make my virus work the way it does? If you’re interested in the answers to those questions, and in finding out more background on the virus that I was able to share in the actual book, check out my guest post today at The Intergalactic Academy:

Creating a Killer Virus

And if you have any further questions, or other thoughts, I’ll be responding to comments both here and there. :)

Originally published at Megan Crewe - another world, not quite ours. You can comment here or there.


( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Dec. 12th, 2011 04:15 pm (UTC)
Can I tell you again how excited I am to read your next book? :)
Dec. 13th, 2011 04:15 pm (UTC)
You are welcome to tell me as many times as you like! :D Glad you're looking forward to it!
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My Books

Earth & Sky
(Earth & Sky #1, science fiction YA)
Skyscape/Razorbill Canada, 2014

The Clouded Sky
(Earth & Sky #2, science fiction YA)
Skyscape/Razorbill Canada, 2015

A Sky Unbroken
(Earth & Sky #3, science fiction YA)
Skyscape/Razorbill Canada, 2015

The Way We Fall
(Fallen World #1, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2012

The Lives We Lost
(Fallen World #2, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2013

The Worlds We Make
(Fallen World #3, apocalyptic YA)
Disney-Hyperion, 2014

Those Who Lived: Fallen World Stories
(Fallen World #3.5, apocalyptic YA)
self pubbed, 2014

Give Up the Ghost
(paranormal YA)
Henry Holt, 2009

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