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Tyrant's Greeting by lockswriter, literature

Episode 8.5: Ghost Luke chats with Kylo by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 3 by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 2 by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 1 by lockswriter, literature

Vignette: Mean Girls of the Serengeti (963 words) by lockswriter, literature

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Tyrant's Greeting by lockswriter, literature

Episode 8.5: Ghost Luke chats with Kylo by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 3 by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 2 by lockswriter, literature

Investigation Into the Velazquez Shooting, Part 1 by lockswriter, literature

Vignette: Mean Girls of the Serengeti (963 words) by lockswriter, literature

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Walter Yuschak is a big fat red-faced guy who shaves his head because he noticed his bald spot was growing and decided to get proactive about it. Here ends the physical description. He’s more defined by his voice anyway, which is kind of high and rasping — not pleasant, but penetrating and hard to ignore. It’s gotten him his own weekly TV show. He has a verbal tic — he can't help prefacing his remarks with "Listen," "Listen to me" or "Pay attention." This tells you a lot about him already. A lot of people don’t like Walt, but he sees himself as a man of strong convictions who expresses them proudly and has an ex
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I originally modeled Henry Pratt after George H.W. Bush, but he quickly became his own character. He’s in his late fifties, and here’s his description:    Henry Pratt looked like a generic president out of Central Casting. He was tall — either six-two or six-three, Rome made a mental note to look it up. His hair was iron-gray frosted with white around the ears — possibly the most presidential hair of anyone in Congress. His face was equally skilled at stern expressions and reassuring smiles. He was wearing a navy-blue wool suit, which had been tailored to fit him but was otherwise identical to what every other man in
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Usually, when a presidential candidate is the villain, they're so Obviously Evil that even the Republicans wouldn't touch them. That way, the reader can feel superior to all the SHEEPLE who would presumably be taken in by this huckster. My goal here is to do the opposite — to create a candidate that reasonable people might be tempted to vote for. Holbrooke Morgan is the last of the big three female characters. If Isabel is the maiden of the trio (she’s had sex with men and women, but work with me here) and Carrie is the mother, Brooke — the most conventionally attractive of the three — would be the crone. Here’s
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thank you for the :+fav: :hug: stay save.