Random Ramblings

But in different quantities or combinations

I’ve killed the third person pronouns in my novel. Let’s have a moment of silence to appreciate the loss.

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I have also fixed the intros to a few chapters. One of the more morbid things I still need to do is make sure that all the references to the number of people who die throughout the novel are accurate. I wouldn’t want to say that a certain number of people have died and then at some later point use a different number that doesn’t make sense within the context of what’s happened – it’d be pretty hard to explain how there are less people who died than I first said when no one comes back to life (spoooilers!).

This is a sentence that came about from the idea of feeling alone / different than everyone else – it doesn’t have a home in a story yet:

I feel all the same things, but in different quantities or combinations.

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