When last we left our noble heroine Karen Hintz, she was being propositioned by a sexually confused Mary Sue. Let’s peek in and see what happens next! I’m sure it will be uber darkity dark!
“I don’t mind having a beer.”
That’s pretty much a necessity for everyone. Drink up! I’ll wait.
“Have you ever experienced Déjà vu?” Michael asked as he cracked the top of the beer bottle.
Every time I read Peaches work I do. And aren’t there better ways of opening a bottle than cracking it? Seems a bit…dangerous.
It was a few hours later when Michael finished his beer and smoked his last cigarette.
A few hours for one beer?!? Lightweight.
“I am going to a diner to get something to eat. You are welcomed to join me.”
First beer, now dinner. The phrase wine me, dine me, 69 me comes to mind. I wish it hadn’t.
In her mind it was a dark surreal imagination of what she would do with an actor she worshipped thinking what kind of nightmare she could dream up – it was a surreal place that is fandom and the writers like A.J. Poe who would get pissed when he sees his characters into situations that are truly bastardized
I’ve read directions on how to assemble IKEA furniture that made more sense. I mean seriously, what does this mean? I wonder if he had a stroke (not THAT kind you naughty minded people) while writing this?
They walked over to Michael’s 1980 Cutlass Supreme and drove somewhere to grab a bite.
I’ve been to somewhere, they make a great apple pie. Also, a damn fine cup of coffee.
Michael spoke that the world of fandom is a weird, dark place where stalkers would lift the concepts and plots of original horror writers and do unauthorized stories based on the storylines of the original tale.
Exactly what the closeted Pacione does, though he writes it so incoherently you would never guess everything he’s done has ripped off the best writers around.
“They actually put a curse on the original author because they caught them stealing his concepts and title for a story similar and making the character he created into something they are not,”
I would think having to read this is curse enough. Or enough to make you curse, one or the other.
“Jesus, I think I heard of this blogger. He is part of the circle that would lift the author’s characters to pick on his work,” she responded
Even worse, part of that circle that repeats the same thoughts and phrases to pad a word count.
“The horror community wanted to draw and quarter him because he wrote that one. It caused shit storm among the horror circles, the mass market counterparts would edit his comments to make him look like a homosexual fan fiction writer of sit-com fandoms,” he continued as he drove.
Mary Sue has a far higher opinion of herself than anyone else does, including family.
“They wanted to draw and quarter him with semi-trucks
Yeah, I saw The Hitcher too. Great movie. I should watch that instead.
“The horror stories of the small press wander around all the time
Much like the Island of Lost Toys, these lonely, abandoned stories wandering around. At least they’re safe from Pacione’s greasy mitts there.
“He was a writer who voiced a hard line view in the industry. A writer of all male romance take on horror
Also Nick’s favorite subject, fancy that.
People on a site called Somethingawful.com would lift him and write fan fiction passing him off as a flaming homosexual,”
I think he does a pretty good job of that himself.
And now we leave our heroine stuck in a 33 year old car with a stroke victim who can’t close the deal as his homosexuality emerges. Maybe something exciting will happen in Part III. Something, anything. Please.