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Action/Adventure: May 15, 2019 Issue [#9523]




 This week: Dynamic Duo
  Edited by: Octobersun
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1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
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Dear readers and writers of Action/Adventure, I am Octobersun and I will be your guest editor for this issue.

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Letter from the editor

Dynamic Duo


One of the most recognizable fictional two-person team are Sherlock Holmes and James Watson. They aren't the only two-man team in fiction by far. Many of us know Hansel and Gretel, or Thelma and Louise.

Each duo has its own power and cooperative structure.

As an Action/Adventure writer, you can use the two-person team up to write a compelling story that covers a large range of skills and emotions. In my examples above, we have a smart detective and his loyal friend (Holmes and Watson), siblings (Hansel and Gretel), and best friends (Thelma and Louise). Each of these duos has a different approach in how the two-person team works, but all have parts where the actions and successes of the team happen because of the cohesion between the two characters.

Additional characters in a story featuring a duo will be enemies and collaborators. They show up for a while, but leave once the adventure is over. The duo stays together or dies together at the end. The idea is to make it so that at the end of each adventure, the two-person team is restored.



Editor's Picks

The Case of the Diamond Watch Glass  (13+)
A Sherlock Holmes adventure. My first in the steampunk genre.
#1782780 by Kotaro

 
STATIC
Dreams of flight  (E)
Two young boys get more than they bargained for when they take a night flight.
#2182423 by Caerlynn (Away)

 
STATIC
MiG Alley, Part II  (E)
The hunt continues as two ACE pilots prepare for a showdown.
#2175600 by jonblair

 
STATIC
Hostage Crisis  (18+)
In a world of genetic freaks, Abe attempts to rescue two captive children.
#955043 by Bilal Latif

 
STATIC
The Arena  (13+)
Two Gladitors fight to the death.
#2181341 by J.L. O'Dell

STATIC
The Terror of Bridgewater Triangle  (13+)
A hike in a forest became a nightmare when two women experience its scary paranormal.
#2166181 by Jeannie

 
STATIC
Z.A.C.K.  (E)
Two A.I.s search for the answer to the question.
#2189643 by Hammerhelm

The Machine  (13+)
Two scientists start up a machine they shouldn't have messed with.
#2186686 by Shaye Lorraine - Hibernating

STATIC
Hansel And Gretal  (18+)
The real story behind the legend
#2162497 by bobturn

 
STATIC
Love is Elemental  (18+)
How Sherlock Holmes broke and fixed my relationship.
#1983097 by Osirantinous

 
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Ask & Answer

I received the following replies to my last Action/Adventure newsletter "Power Trio

Monty wrote: I like this, No wasted words to make a good point.

Thank you for reading and commenting.

Editing is BLUE wrote: In your last NL (6th Ranger) I thought of Gandor and possibly Hagrid. This time I could picture what the types were by your examples. (reference to "The Sixth Ranger)

I know Hagrid, I have to admit I don't know Gandor. Where is he/she from?
And I agree. Hagrid does have that sixth ranger quality of showing up when needed. At the same time, he also often needs help from the heroes. I'd almost think that Dumbledore fits the Sixth Ranger qualities a little more.



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