LNH: 58.5 #11
lalo.martins at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 20:31:52 PDT 2007
Also spracht Martin Phipps (Sat, 03 Nov 2007 00:21:45 +0000):
> It just reminds me of the stories I wrote for elementary school: the
> teacher would tell us to write a story and it would be due on a certain
> day and I would go on for pages and pages and I had a plot in my head as
> to how things would work out but the story was due the next day so I
> would write something like "Fortunately their parents came and rescued
> them. The End" and went to bed. :)
Almost the case, except that I'm serialised. So essentially, the story
in #11 was the fight to get to them; but I then figured if I actually
released them, that would spawn another huge chunk of story; there would
be at least 10 characters to gab between themselves, and lots to say.
And it had always been the plan that this gabbing happen in #12.
The reason I even put that last paragraph there, was to tie in to Terry's
last statement, and end in a "happy" note because I'm just feeling that
good this week.
So many of our dreams at first seem impossible,
then they seem improbable, and then, when we
summon the will, they soon become inevitable.
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