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Weekend Writing Warriors 7 April 2019 (ER, LGBT, PA, RO)
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The conceit of a movie/TV set inside a novel caught my attention. It heightens the tension about what's real and what isn't.ReplyDelete
The Climax Castle bunch has a tendency not only to break the fourth wall but completely obliterate it. They aren't real thespians, although they do enjoy role play!Delete
The stage is set . . . I wonder what kind of drama is about to play out.ReplyDelete
Knowing Ulrich and Company, something which isn't fit for polite company! ;-)Delete
Great last line!ReplyDelete
Thank you on behalf of Ulrich! ;-)Delete
Interesting snippet. Makes me intrigued to know more.ReplyDelete
Thank you. :-DDelete
Interesting characters you've created and I'm intrigued by this last sentence.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I thought it embodied Ulrich's over-the-top melodramatic personality fairly well.Delete
That last sentence is quite the hook! :-)ReplyDelete