Exit the Scoundrel
by Tracey Delaplain
Restless sleep and endless revisions fueled the writer’s annoyance. Mr. Edwards, a minor nondescript character, had disappeared halfway through chapter 13, leaving her with a plot hole, an angry cast and a throbbing headache.
“Your coffee ma’am. A charming man in a cloak sent this over. He said to tell the lady that he rather liked playing the scoundrel, so you’re to protect your dreams tonight.”
Finger on the delete button she replied, “I will not negotiate with a literary terrorist.”
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