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Weekend Writing Warriors 13 January 2019
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Well that's confusing. Does he have any way to know whether it's the real queen or the fake? If not, you might have some delicious mistaken identity scenes.ReplyDelete
Given that Tobias is a self-absorbed narcissist, I don't expect him to see past his own nose, which he's probably looking at in the mirror.Delete
I take it we're now meeting the villain who's captured the queen? Intrigued what he is planning to do with the queen's double!ReplyDelete
He is indeed the villain! His intentions for the Frost Queen are most unpleasant. As for her doppelganger, it remains to be seen!Delete
Uh oh! I wonder which one it really is--and how horrible it would be to be the innocent party accused of being the other. :-)ReplyDelete
Whichever it is in truth, dealing with Tobias will be odious in its own way.Delete
Hmm, I wonder what her response it will be, and where it will lead them!ReplyDelete
I can only reveal that she does have an agenda of her own!Delete
I think it's the other way around . . . what she can do for him. An interesting situation.ReplyDelete
That is indeed how Tobias thinks of others, in terms of what they can do for him.Delete
Curious snippet. I look forward to reading more.ReplyDelete
Thank you. Please come back anytime!Delete