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Might as well just toss a raft and a noodle in and call it a pool!
Topic Started: Jun 14 2010, 07:42 PM (161 Views)
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My basement is full of water. We've been sucking the water up and emptying it but it keep coming. It would be nice if the lay of the basement led to the drain, but instead it is like.
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Text doesn't do it justice but it does slant down for about a foot from the drain and then it gets flatish and then it begins sloping at about 30 degrees away from the drain. Did the people who made this basement have bad levels or were they drunk. Throughout the whole basement you have random slight hills and valleys between more pronounced valleys it is like an illogical undulation.

I also sat down last night and begin to write a new story. I am currently writing like 4 different novels, but they all are markedly different in style. It has ended up having to do with vampires, and I'm going to soon introduce 'zombies.' So far it is very serious and it has highlighted a vampire's life and how he has tried to abstain from his urges and become a doctor is a rural mid-western town. He is mopey and depressed because he attracts many women who want to be with him, but cannot in good morals risk turning them or procreating and forcing another person to endure his suffering. Then another vampire comes into town causing a ruckus and the town, who suspected all along, but knew he was a benevolent healer begin to turn against him. Also yes, I address the irony of a celibate vampire working as a doctor. Also, yes; zombies will come but it won't end up lame like everything else having to do with zombies.
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At least some nasty carpet from the 80's has to go and the basement needs to be organized.

Yeah... I kind of feel weird starting a new novel, but I'll get them done eventually. XD
Well there is one that relates to dreams.
One that is essentially a specialized version of something similar to an x-men like story; but written as a novel and with logic and more believability.
A sequel to the novel I have completed; which if things go badly can just become a long epilogue as I cry myself to sleep t night. One installment just isn't enough to wrap up the plotlines...
Then the vampire/zombie one, which is very different in style and impresses me. As long as I can do the zombies without becoming cheesy I think I'll be golden.

I'd like to try to get some stuff published, but i'm just holding back because I want to know what pulls people into 'fad novels' like Stephen King, Harrey Potter and Twilight; both what the authors do differently from the 'failures' and what attracts enough of the masses that they tell others. A diagram of how they become popular would be ideal. Like are they recommended or does it tie into the popularity contest somehow. Essentially, why does the early adopter snatch it and then how do they spread knowledge of it?
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