It’s not just the characters, it’s also the atmosphere and the writing that makes for a memorable reading experience.
That’s where the fan comes in.
Fanning is a term coined by the author James Patterson, a former journalist who is now an editor at HarperCollins Publishers.
Patterson is a master at creating a believable environment, and he’s worked to develop fan-service-friendly titles that appeal to both male and female readers.
Patterson’s latest work, Fanning: A Book of Stories, explores fan fiction and the idea of romance in a book that’s meant for all ages.
It features a mix of characters from both sexes that can be easily and quickly adapted for the reader of any age.
Fans can also interact with the story via social media, sharing their thoughts, emotions and feelings through a series of quizzes, short stories and other content.
Patterson said he uses fan-fiction as an extension of his own story, writing about his own personal experiences with fandom.
“It’s a way of getting in touch with something I’ve been wrestling with my whole life,” Patterson said.
“There’s a lot of stuff that happens in my life that I wouldn’t know if I wasn’t a fan.
So it was a way to tell the story of my life in the moment.”
The book will be published by HarperCollins and will be available in print on May 1, 2019.
Here’s what readers can expect: A few things readers can look forward to: A book with a few more characters.
The book has four new characters: a young man named Tom, a young woman named Emily and a man named Chris.
They’re not your standard book club members; instead, the new additions are people who have come into contact with the book, either through fan fiction or by reading Patterson’s stories.
These characters will be able to talk about their experiences with the books they’ve read and their feelings about the characters.