Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Angels and Demons

Removed by author, please refer to My "Duh" Moment

4 comments:

  1. Interesting twist. I'm glad Ean and Miles turned out to be ok but I'm wondering if this Angel and Demon thing is literal or an analogy. Great writting. Heth

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  2. Great feedback Heth.

    So Ean and Miles aren't necessarily okay, she just happened to be able to get to point B without being murdered and her body left in an abandoned warehouse, as promised. But that you trust them is good for me, cause that's what I was trying for, and yet I hope I put in enough little question-marks that you don't trust them completely? You never give a mouse a cookie...

    As far as literal or analogy -- love it, love you. I can picture you smacking your lips in distaste because I know you don't like fantasy so I wish I could say for you that it's just analogy. But really that's what fantasy is, huh? Extended analogies? I've definitely known some "demons" in my life, as I'm sure have you. So what I'm writing is literal, which in this case files it into the fantasy box, but does it have double-triple meaning? For sure!

    Stay with me, stay with me.

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  3. LMAO! You know me too well. "I can picture you smacking your lips in distaste because I know you don't like fantasy." **clapping my hands together and laughing** It's as if you were a fly on my wall watching me read your blog and realizing you were going for a fantacy genre. Eventhough I'm not a fantacy fan I will stick with your story cause it really is great writing. You never know, perhaps I'll be a fantacy fan after all. :) Heth

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  4. And that is the best compliment you could ever give me -- that you will keep reading even though you don't necessarily prefer my genre of choice.

    Thank you for hanging in there. I look forward to your comments.

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