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Review by Kwills
Rated: E | (5.0)
Once upon a time there was a boy called Mark, who loved stories. Everyday, he would read adventure stories, and wish he had a more interesting life. One day, a window opens up into one of the stories he's read, and he can see and speak to a character from that story, named Caal. Only, Caal thinks that Mark's world is the story. Because of that, Mark and Caal become friends, and have adventures in each other's worlds. Until finally, they both come to see their own worlds as interesting, too.

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Thanks for inviting me to be a part of this. I've seen this 'Fill in the Blanks' outline before, as The Pixar Method. The story I've outlined here is one that I've had in mind for a long time, and hope to write once my current fantasy series is complete.


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Review by Kwills
Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
This is some powerful stuff, and beautifully told. You draw the reader in via the incongruity of being happy about having rats in the house, and you keep that pull soft and steady until we're as confused as your nameless protagonist.

The idea that any sort of mental illness is something that you can simply wish away with sufficient willpower is terrifyingly common. And, when life becomes too confusing and frightening, you will latch onto any 'rational' explanation you can find.

Terrifyingly believable.


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