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Reading Pratchett: Wyrd Sisters - 7th May 2020
M1795537 OC Virn
Stormy - how many times have oyu had your bike nicked? Leaving it all on its own like that. Or is that a stunt double bike?

Wish I could remember relevant and inspiring details when I try to write ficlets.
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

I wasnít keen on the dukeís hand and his attempts to remove the blood. My imagination is vivid enough that it activated my gag reflex every time it was mentioned.

I know, but it was funny as well. Lady Macbeth turned up to 11.

It freaked me out more than the Duchessí end!
 
Travisina
M1795537 OC Virn wrote:

Stormy - how many times have oyu had your bike nicked? Leaving it all on its own like that. Or is that a stunt double bike?

Wish I could remember relevant and inspiring details when I try to write ficlets.

I can't - I'm always referring back to episodes and transcripts. But I love it when my ideas fall into place AND fit in B7 canon continuity. That makes me happy.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
stormypetrel
M1795537 OC Virn wrote:

Stormy - how many times have oyu had your bike nicked? Leaving it all on its own like that. Or is that a stunt double bike?

Wish I could remember relevant and inspiring details when I try to write ficlets.

Only half a time. They couldnít saw through the lock.

Wish I could remember relevant and inspiring details when sitting exams. Stories are easy...
 
Travisina
stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

I wasnít keen on the dukeís hand and his attempts to remove the blood. My imagination is vivid enough that it activated my gag reflex every time it was mentioned.

I know, but it was funny as well. Lady Macbeth turned up to 11.

It freaked me out more than the Duchessí end!

Aw, I'm sorry (hugs).
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

I wasnít keen on the dukeís hand and his attempts to remove the blood. My imagination is vivid enough that it activated my gag reflex every time it was mentioned.

I know, but it was funny as well. Lady Macbeth turned up to 11.

It freaked me out more than the Duchessí end!

Aw, I'm sorry (hugs).

I suppose itís fairly apt at the moment- but twenty seconds with a grater might be a little extreme...
 
M1795537 OC Virn
Travisina wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

[quote]stormypetrel wrote:

I wasnít keen on the dukeís hand and his attempts to remove the blood. My imagination is vivid enough that it activated my gag reflex every time it was mentioned.

I know, but it was funny as well. Lady Macbeth turned up to 11.

It freaked me out more than the Duchessí end![/quote

See - we need a 'hugs' emoji. The robot Huggy just isn't the same.
Aw, I'm sorry (hugs).

You're not sulking, I hope?
 
M1795537 OC Virn
One or two seconds with a grater can be pretty bad!
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
Travisina
I can't decide which of the witches (which witch) is my favourite. It might be Magrat, because she has more of a journey, more character development. The older witches are what they are. Magrat starts out all naive and soppy, but grows in strength and wisdom over the course of the book.
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M1795537 OC Virn
Travisina wrote:

I can't decide which of the witches (which witch) is my favourite. It might be Magrat, because she has more of a journey, more character development. The older witches are what they are. Magrat starts out all naive and soppy, but grows in strength and wisdom over the course of the book.


But Granny Weatherwax can do BEES!! And it's such a good name.
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

I can't decide which of the witches (which witch) is my favourite. It might be Magrat, because she has more of a journey, more character development. The older witches are what they are. Magrat starts out all naive and soppy, but grows in strength and wisdom over the course of the book.

Which witch... Iíll be at that all night now. Thanks. Grin
 
Travisina
M1795537 OC Virn wrote:

Travisina wrote:

I can't decide which of the witches (which witch) is my favourite. It might be Magrat, because she has more of a journey, more character development. The older witches are what they are. Magrat starts out all naive and soppy, but grows in strength and wisdom over the course of the book.


But Granny Weatherwax can do BEES!! And it's such a good name.

True. And Nanny Ogg is riotous fun.
But Magrat grows.
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
M1795537 OC Virn
On which note, maybe we should stop now? It's been great to hear what you both think but it's nearly 9.30pm already.
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
Travisina
Talking of names, Pratchett does do very good character names. I'm deeply envious of writers who can do that. JK Rowling's names are superb - almost Dickensian in the way they relate to the characters.
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
Travisina
M1795537 OC Virn wrote:

On which note, maybe we should stop now? It's been great to hear what you both think but it's nearly 9.30pm already.

Okay.

But before everyone disappears, shall we choose the next book?
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

Talking of names, Pratchett does do very good character names. I'm deeply envious of writers who can do that. JK Rowling's names are superb - almost Dickensian in the way they relate to the characters.

Names are the hardest bit, sometimes.
 
stormypetrel
Travisina wrote:

M1795537 OC Virn wrote:

On which note, maybe we should stop now? It's been great to hear what you both think but it's nearly 9.30pm already.

Okay.

But before everyone disappears, shall we choose the next book?

Go on, then. Any suggestions?
 
M1795537 OC Virn
Travisina wrote:

Talking of names, Pratchett does do very good character names. I'm deeply envious of writers who can do that. JK Rowling's names are superb - almost Dickensian in the way they relate to the characters.


Even when Pratchett's names are ridiculous they do that, too.
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
Travisina
stormypetrel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Talking of names, Pratchett does do very good character names. I'm deeply envious of writers who can do that. JK Rowling's names are superb - almost Dickensian in the way they relate to the characters.

Names are the hardest bit, sometimes.

Names are the hardest bit, ALWAYS.
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
M1795537 OC Virn
Why not Wee Free Men?
You're not sulking, I hope?
 
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