Good for you, Snoopy: a good writer makes the reader feel like he/she’s right there.
ooh, the suspense
Did he just manage to start a story without “It was a dark and stormy night.”?!
Art imitates…art, really.
Maybe he should go inside “The Cabin”.
And that’s how it was here in the ATL last month (just two weeks before Christmas), and how it was in my old home of Savannah, Georgia just a week ago. And supposed to happen again here in Atlanta this coming Tuesday.
Wow, that is actually a pretty good start to a story.
There’s been a new breakthrough in home novel marketing.
They’re out in stores before the book is finished.
When is this happening?
Covered everything…including the rats?
Keep going, Snoopy. “The beagle entered the cabin, and noticed something on the floor. It was a lottery ticket, accidentally dropped by the most recent renters. A winning lottery ticket! The numbers matched those mentioned on the news. Everyone was waiting for the winner to come forward…”
It was a dark and snow stormy night.
This is obviously a case where Snoopy should have shifted the story to one where the Sun suddenly came out and melted the snow.
Hope his typewriter didn’t rust too much under all that snow.
How rude of Snoopy to do a disappearing act on us just when the story was getting good!
Isn’t there a typo? Feathers instead of flurries.
He must learn to type faster. The hunt and peck method only works well for Woodstock.
Frozen thoughts never made it to the typewriter.