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leblan, leblane, lebo, lebana, lena, lela, lisar, lisse, lye, luca, lucre, lucra source Time source The Guardian title When we first started writing we were told we could only do three books per year, but we soon realised that there were so many more to write, and we started doing two-book sagas, which we published together as a series in 2017.
I have always been fascinated by how these books, the stories we tell, are told.
The three of us have been writing for many years now and the stories that form part of the sagas are often a combination of our favourite characters and elements from the worlds we visit and the things we see around us.
We’ve done some of the stories from the original series, and others that have been adapted into a film, and one of the great things about writing a sagas is that the story changes every time we start, and the world is always changing.
We try to take the stories as far as we can, and sometimes they become too far removed from our own lives to be worth telling, but the stories remain fascinating, and if we do the stories justice they still have meaning.
Leblanc: I think of it as a sort of pre-literary language, but a modern one.
It’s the language of history, the language that has allowed us to speak of this, this moment, this place, this civilisation, and I think the idea of an ancient tongue, the way that we’re using it, is just as relevant to the world as it is to the writer.
I also think that what’s so fascinating about our work is that it’s not about the things that we see, but it’s about the way we see them.
We know the stories, we know the places, and in some ways they have the same power to inform us as books do.
Lise: In our books we explore our favourite cities, we travel to places that we haven’t visited before, and then we write about them in detail.
And sometimes they don’t make the cut because they don’ t fit into the world we know.
And yet when we do get a book out, it’s always going to have a huge impact on people’s lives.
In some ways it’s the most interesting thing about the process, and it’s really exciting because it’s a kind of work of fiction that’s written to explore the world around us, and that’s something we never had a chance to do before.
Lebo: I love how it’s all about the journey, and not the destination.
I think one of our favorite things about it is that we don’t always have to leave our house or our village to go out.
There’s always something to do and there’s always an idea to explore.
I always like to be outside, to be in nature, and when we’re out, we always have the chance to see new sights, to experience new things.
We’re always trying to imagine what the world would be like if we didn’t live in it, and so when we get to these places, we want to be able to take pictures and to share those pictures with our readers.
I’m always very interested in what people are going through, and how we can bring them back, and also to see what they’re up to.
I just think the journey and the destination have always felt more meaningful to us than the destination itself.
Lela: We have always had a strong love for the stories of the West, and of the characters who lived and travelled through it, but I feel like we’ve got to be more conscious of our own history in order to be as respectful of that history as we are of the cultures we visit.
For example, the great American sagas don’t just tell us what happened, they tell us the journey from the time when our ancestors first arrived in the Americas, to the time that we came to Australia and Europe, to our present day.
We need to be very conscious of that.
Lisa: We want to tell stories that are about people, that are in the heart of the story, but that also tell a story that’s a part of a larger whole.
We are all part of an epic, and there are a lot of people in our world who are still there today, and some of them have been here since the beginning.
So we always feel a responsibility to tell a better story.
And it’s important to us that we always keep those people in the background, so that they don´t feel the need to step forward.
Lye: I don’t think that we’ve ever really told a story as big as this one, but every time that a new one comes along, we have to try to figure out what that story is and what the significance is.
It´s very important