I really like the book title: John dies at the end

I haven’t read the book but I love the title. Today’s title might be a bit spoilerific but anyway:

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Ah, movie cliches. I can talk for hours about them, I love to discuss them. I won’t now of course…that’s not what you are here for. But I could. Today is a bit of a darker story. Once again I’d like to point out that this is fiction and not autobiographical in any way, shape or form and it’s weird that I have to point it out…I wonder if Rowling or Tolkien ever have/had to deal with that.

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File 00029.8: NaNoWriMo short story # 17: The Lift

Posted: 18th November 2016 by Maestro in Files, NaNoWriMo

Limiting yourself to one setting is quite a challenge but a nice one and writing a story that only takes place in a couple of square meters is actually quite fun. I consider myself quite lucky to never have been stuck in a lift (of course now I’m just challenging the universe to get me stuck in a lift) but I can imagine it would be one of the scariest things that could happen. All in all I don’t really have problems with lift…there was point I was suddenly amazingly scared of escalators. Then again, I’m sometimes suddenly also incredibly lazy so I get over my fear of escalators.

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For short stories I chose a really long format for naming these blog posts…anyway…today I write about two detectives. One day I will try and write a full murder mystery till that time you get this, enjoy:

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Playing the bad guy in a play is pretty fun. Although I never really played like the super evil bad guy. Mine were more angry tree, thieving scumbag, greedy station chief and sadistic nurse.

Writing a real bad guy good is difficult. I know that Timothy Zahn gets lots of credits for writing such an interesting villain as Grand Admiral Thrawn. One of the best examples of a complex villain. Not that Hatius comes anywhere close to Thrawn’s level of badass, I got neither the skills or the the format to write it here. Still, I liked writing this story quite a bit:

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