WEEK TWO, PT I: THE WORDS
It might be obvious right away that there are only five days worth of stats below. While I fully intended on writing during Election Day in the U.S., I'll admit, I got distracted. With that in mind, as I write today, I will need to make up an extra 1,486 words.
MORE OF THE FEELS
I've discussed the feels in the past, so I'll jump to the results. I would more go into detail about how I'm a little happy to see the "success" portion at the end, but it would spoil some of the plot. In the next part of Week Two's entries, I'm going to discuss why I think my own mindset might have rubbed off into the story a bit.
RATING : NEW HEIGHTS, OR IS IT DEPTHS?
When all of a sudden . . .
Teddy comes over to hang out afterwards.
Yep, that's pretty much it.
There are a couple of creepy visions, but for the most part, you get to meet Damien Lovefall's best friend and fellow coworker Teddy. It's a good scene, if I may be handsomely modest for a moment, but it's a simple one.
Teddy merits an NC-17 rating in his monologue. Just a heads-up. It's not even that he curses all that much; that's more of Natalie's thing.
Anyhow, that's Sunday and Monday. Here are Wednesday through Friday (fluctuations based on scene/normal stuff):
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