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Coin-flipping

Postby Arpy » Tue May 01, 2012 5:13 pm

Who here does it? Am I the only one? Should I be ashamed?
Had to do it seven or eight times this novel because I was so indecisive--both options had advantages. Did it a couple of days ago to decide whether to put a lady in my spy thriller. (No, by the way.)
Does anyone else let the lot decide?
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Re: Coin-flipping

Postby deejay » Wed May 02, 2012 2:31 pm

No, I pretty much have my stuff set; occaisonally, I think through the pluses and minuses of something.

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Re: Coin-flipping

Postby Arpy » Wed May 02, 2012 8:51 pm

Sometimes I get really attached to an idea but can't make it fit into the story unless I change something else.
The problem with the lady is that she'd be lots of fun, but I'd just read a spy thriller with a lady in it and I just knew she would be too much like that one.
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I write adventures, historical fiction, war stories, fantasies, psychological and spy thrillers.

IN PROGRESS:
Snaga - fan fiction fantasy
Emira - action adventure
Confessions of an Evil Genius - psychological thriller
The Play-Actor - sci-fi, historical, psychological spy thriller
Dreamreader - YA psychological thriller
A fantasy without a title
RECENT DRAFTS:
Royal Opposition - action adventure

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Re: Coin-flipping

Postby Kiwigirl » Thu May 03, 2012 5:12 am

Ha! I don't do it myself, but my main character does!

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Re: Coin-flipping

Postby Johnasleetrotter » Thu May 03, 2012 11:17 am

while I do not use coin flips myself, I do not think there is anything wrong with it and say if it works for you go for it.


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