new rule

I think I shall make a resolution never to read or watch or listen to a story that features a weak or stupid character named Kate, so as to preserve the current axiom that all characters named Kate are awesome.

Because Antony’s wife just rocked this scene in so many ways.

Current word count: 24680, but that’s cheating, since 500 is a direct copy of 500 still sitting earlier in the text. (I’ll deal with the first version when I go back and fix all the other problems with Part One.)
LBR tally: Kate loves you, dude, but she also pays attention to politics.
Authorial sadism: Finding out your wife has noticed what you’re up to.

0 Responses to “new rule”

  1. kmousie

    I think I shall make a resolution never to read or watch or listen to a story that features a weak or stupid character named Kate, so as to preserve the current axiom that all characters named Kate are awesome.

    I fully support this resolution. *g*

  2. d_c_m

    BTW – I really enjoyed MNC!! Read several parts of it twice, I liked it so much. ๐Ÿ™‚ One thing that I really loved is that the romance angle was written like a healthy adult was writing it and the two characters behaved like healthy and reasonable adults as well. OH thank you. That’s just the kind of romance I like. I can’t tolerate the rest of the “I need therapy” psycho stuff that passes as “love and romance”.

    Huzzah to you!!! And I can’t wait to read the next book. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. gollumgollum

    I can assure you that Kates are indeed kick-ass. It might just be the best name ever.

  4. collegecate

    huzzah for k/cates!

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