So, met up with Dr. Meg this past weekend…
Glad you two had such a happy, devious comradery while writing your novella. I agree with Meg though, you really should have plotted out the killings better. Though I completely understand about GOT, and I do loathe missing it when it actually airs…maybe next time! (As a random side note, I am still completely horrified over that ending last night – my GOD!!)
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I woke up about 5x last night thinking about it. Can’t even. I hate, and love George so hard. I didn’t scream, but I definitely had the blanket held up over my face through most of it. I know I was also yelling something….what did you & Waco think?
Waco hasn’t watched it yet. She’s at a conference in Las Vegas since Saturday. We’ll probably watch both next weekend. I did watch last night, but I’ll watch again with her.
I don’t want to do spoilers, so I will just do this. I was sorry the character died, but I wasn’t surprised. I enjoyed HOW he died. It didn’t tear me up, though I can see why it did for many. I didn’t even cry when that one guy died at the end of last season.
The shock factor is exactly what he is so very brilliant at. A thousand times later…we finally get the meaning of ‘it’.
I rarely cry, but I did scream at the end of that death match between the Mountain and Oberyn Martell. Anyway. I’ll stop my rant there. Enjoy the night! 🙂
Really cool that you met the doc! There’s always that risk of disappointment!
I think she may have been, but she was nice enough not to mention it. I was as well.
Oh come on! Really? You guys are such a great team! 😕
We actually discussed the plot for a full novel today. We tolerate each other.
Uh huh. Riiiiight.
OK, I guess I should give M some props…she’s actually an amazing woman and an amazing friend. Harry is awesome as well. Waco and I enjoyed meeting them immensely. There are rare people in this world and they are two.
That sounds better! I hope you write something together again. 😃
We will. Even when we write separately we will probably get one another’s input. My writing time for fiction is pretty limited at this moment.
Sounds like you all had a great time:)
We did. Meg and Harry are great. We didn’t kill them or anything.
Definitely a good outcome if you all came out alive;)
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