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Feel certain that had you not know that Lord Skidmarks was out of the Parish for a couple of days you would never have dared mention that word. On which subject, does anybody know where Offline is? Can't say I've ever heard of it.
ok grouping a bunch of words together with little to no coherence that happen to not include the letter "e" is, while difficult, not a tremendous accomplishment in terms of trying to write a novel. as as been said above a novel requires 3 things: coherence, plot, and coherence. now, don't attack me, i have only read the sample chapter so this trolling is not entirely complete, however in this, its intial stage, i can describe the "novel" (not as in new but as in like a novel) part of the novel in two words EPIC FAIL. phew, nothing like a good rant to get a firing off your chest
Welcome, sprinterash. I know that this is your second post, but it would be a waste of time inviting you to Nextian when you had already found you way here.
Help yourself to pie. Sweet to the left, savoury somewhere else. There are also cakes and drinks around somewhere, but I suggest you avoid the chocolate cake as you already seem a little excitable. I think I agree with you though. Having read the sample I am not tempted to seek out the book.
I think I have my answer re the Fforum's opinion on This Sort Of Thing In General. However, I have to agree with sprinterash re this particular example - on the face of it, Epic Fail. I can only repeat that there are coherent, readable examples out there too.
work is a vampire that sucks me dry
which is a metaphor
but still the reason I stuck a chair leg through my manager