Hi, hope all’s well. Just to let you know my novel, ‘The Broken Boots Guide to Astlavonia’ has just been published. It’s a black comedy about a debt-ridden divorcee who is sent to Astlavonia, a former soviet state, to write its first ever guidebook but discovers all disputes are settled with a knife.
If you’d like to read the first chapter and find out more, please visit www.nathanbraund.com.
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Hey, thanks for the comment - well, there is fighting in it but it is part of the key narrative and not about boxing but the fight is a means to an end for the Katie, the main character. Take a look - would very much appreciate your opinion.
Hi again. Sorry I missed the comment you left in the review. This site has so many different places to leave comments! -- Again you are right with what you say. The thing I want to do is leave a little bit of mystery. I was trying to deliberately not show his state of mind and see that unravel as the show continues. I want viewers to ask 'is he crazy or is he sane?' -- Having said that the descriptions of where he is could be a little better, although I don't want to reveal where it is until the end as it is important to the plot and the mystery. -- Also fully agree with the police being under developed. -- As I said in my previous post I still have a few possible ways this can go. What is here was the main bulk of the story and I wanted to use the community feedback here to help me decide where to take it. -- You, GMan and the still difficult to remember name of Hisahikarazu are really helping so thank you.
Hi, it is a good point you have made. I guess no is the short answer to your question. It is implied in the logline and it is isnt in the screenplay. I should probably work something in. The plan is to reveal more detail in future episodes but i guess having no reference at all is not good. Thanks for giving me something to think about. I am intendeding this to be longer...45 minutes or so. Perhaps i will flesh it out more looking at that aspect.