Because Code Monkey from a Cubicle Doesn't Sound as Cool.
I like the narrator's discussing things as if we know the same things he know, even when we don't. It increases the tension to know what the catastrophe was while pulling us into the story as if we see things from his perspective.Very well done so far, and I feel eager to know what happens next.
In the Hospital Emergency Room, should the italicized note be from -Ed instead of -Narr?
For this story, the Narrator is the Editor. We'll be "hearing" more from him later.Thanks for reading!
Weet,The forums are up athttp://www.survivorsofthevirus.com/bbpressI'm working on the theme at the moment (and the ads but that's just a problem for me).Cheers
When I log in and select a forum or a topic, I get "No input file selected."
Yeah...I'm trying to fix those right now.Sorry about that.
Don't apologize to me - I'm just happy to get the free ice cream. I'm not complaining - just giving you data points.
In "Dinner Guests" should "The chair was in tatters on the floor..." be "The chair was in splinters on the floor..."?
Aaaaugh! You're right. I'll change it real quick and hope nobody (else) notices.Thanks, Weet.
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