Amor Fati- Chapter 2A security guard answered the door when they reached Madeline's room.More Like This
"What's going on?" asked Antonio.
"I was about to ask the same question. I just had to haul some girl up here because she got attacked in the women's restroom."
Madeline's eyes went wide. "Who?!"
"Dunno her name, small, blond, blue eyes-"
"Annie?! Is she alright?!"
The security guard nodded."Now, Antonio, who is this girl?"
Antonio didn't answer, instead stepping past him and setting Madeline down on the plush couch.
He gave her a quick hug, then turned to the British guard. "This is Madeline, Madeline JONES."
The other man gaped. "bloody hell, this all makes sense now. Where's the git then?!"
Antonio sighed. "Francis probably took the rest of his family out. remember, his younger brothers arrived last week?"
Madeline finally got her voice back. "That's about right. Annie and I left to explore while they dropped off the luggage. It's fairly usual for Annie to run off, and no one can ever find her, so they probably ju
Writing Tips - Cliffhangers (Don't Use 'Em)So how do you use the proverbial cliffhanger in your creative work? You don't. Ever. Seriously, don't use cliff-angers. That may seem a little blunt, but there's no trope that's abused and misused as a cliff-hanger and when done wrong (as are 95% of them) there is no trope that causes as much ire and anguish. Personally I think that there is only one scenario where you can use a cliffhanger: at the end of a chapter of a novel THAT YOU INTEND TO FINISH. Do not use a cliffhanger in a movie, even if it's Part 2 of an intended trilogy. Do not use it at the end of a television episode, unless it is a two parter and the second part has already been made and slated to air. I know it seems counter-intuitive for an informative piece on a creative medium to say that you shouldn't flat out use something, but the "cliffhanger" needs to die in all but literature, and even then it's situational. It's the creative equivalent to the lobotomy.More Like This
Let's get the elephant out of the room first. Here is a com
My thoughts towards higher educationOne message that I've gotten quite frequently is that some of work is subpar or could be better if I took some time off from my various projects and went to college and learned something more about the medium. For the most part, I'd ignore them. Even though I've almost always had my opinions towards college and university and they've always been strong, and yet I've always been hesitant to tell even my closest friends about them. Me, a critic, who spends most of his time giving opinions on things, is hesitant on telling his opinion on something. No joke, I was more willing to tell my opinions on circumcision - a topic that delves into the waters of both religion and gender - before I was willing to even say why I didn't go to college. Why is that? Because even in real life people seem to get offended when I tell them that I don't want to go, or it isn't right for me, or whatever. Let me say that I am not critiquing your life style or your choice to go to college. If you chose to go toMore Like This
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