Yep....... my original account fell prey to the infamous Yahoo hacking scandal. So here we are again...... Greetings from Scotland! I like to help people. I do. It is my reason for living. And I think what doesn't kill you simply makes you ........ stranger.
I've given this a lot of thought, but I still can't quite decide whether to write a pastiche of "Jane Eyre" or the recently-discovered de Sade novel "Smacking Molly's Bottom - The Marks of Interrogation".
So I've decided to meld the two books into one. Sort of a mix of the two "styles", as it were.
The problem is I don't know how to go about doing it, why I should do it, or what drugs to take while writing it. And, to be honest, I can't really be bothered doing it at all. I simply have no interest in this whole project. Not one bit. It's nothing but a complete waste of time.
What I really want from you people is this: if I do this, is it really appropriationing? I'm so confused.
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I'm confused after reading the first book in the "Lord of the Flies" trilogy. The point points of confusion are:
(1) I can't seem to find the last two books in the series. Amazon don't sell them, or have sold out of them and when I went to my nearest bookstore, yesterday, the staff were very uncooperative and looked at me funny.
(2) I didn't notice one, single Hobbit, Dwarf or Elf. One character - "Piggy" - was very hobbit-like, but he seemed to be too tall.
(3) The book did not resemble, in any way, the series of films that Disney produced a few years ago, directed by Peter Parker.
(4) The author's name is completely wrong. Or, perhaps, I have a very rare copy with the wrong author on the cover.
Thank you for any help you can give. I'm at my wit's end. The future looks bleak. Help. Please help.....Books & Authors2 years ago