Chapterhouse

March 10, 2006

Major Plot Twist

Filed under: Pen to Paper — chapterhouse @ 10:04 am

My writer friend Pooks suggested a great plot twist for the mystery novel I'm working on. Once again, Pooks, I am so grateful for your brilliance (she was the one who first said this bit-o-novel I had going would be a good mystery story.)

I got up at three o'clock yesterday morning to write that major plot twist scene, and I'm very pleased with it.

Now, if only I could have a major plot twist in my life, like getting Maxwell House sold so we can move to North Carolina!!!!

Just LOOK at what we're missing:

(btw, this was taken after Katrina hit, hence the high gas prices)
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5 Comments »

  1. So, this plot twist had something to do with smoked worms? I don’t get it.

    Comment by OldHorsetailSnake — March 10, 2006 @ 2:26 pm | Reply

  2. Maybe you could write a book about elevated gas prices in situations of high demand/low supply. Talk about edge-of-your-seat suspense!

    “A terrible storm had rendered a major crude oil production facility useless, and the country wondered for many days if gas prices and heating costs would rise. It truly tested the resourcefulness of this country when it came to energy conservation, with a sharp rise in demand for alternative technologies, like wind-power, resulting from the scare.”

    Talk to some corporate execs and see what they think. 😉

    Comment by Dan — March 11, 2006 @ 2:01 am | Reply

  3. Tried to comment last night, but Blogger wouldn’t allow it. (??)

    Was going to say that the coffee sounded good, but I’d pass on the smoked worms, thanks.

    John

    Comment by Duke_of_Earle — March 11, 2006 @ 8:12 am | Reply

  4. Hoss, this plot twist has EVERYTHING to do with worms! That’s the whole raison d’etre of the book! Gah!!!

    Dan, hahahahaaaaaaaaaaa! I wonder if I could finish writing it before hurricane season hits?

    John, maybe, and this is just a guess, the smoked worms are for fish who don’t like sushi.

    Comment by Candace — March 11, 2006 @ 8:21 am | Reply

  5. Funny

    Comment by dawn marie — March 14, 2006 @ 12:40 pm | Reply


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