Or make it anyway, and put up with the fact that it will only ever have a very small audience, if that. Had some funny responses to the previous screening of the doc though — I think, because it is a documentary, people took things very much at face value. So when we went to a romance writing course in Tuscany, people assumed I was also there for a week like the other students.
Nope, two very very long filming days then a midnight flight home. I sit with it, walk with it, write it and re-write it and re-write it again, the book or the story comes into form much more like a theatre rehearsal process than something worked out in detail beforehand. Once I have most of a first draft, then I start to see what it is I am or the story is trying to say. Seems to me the plotting might be a tool of procrastination in that case! But I do have a very well worked out plot, three chapters and a synopsis for it!
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I think it could make a nice little romcom movie. And that would be I really enjoyed this the first time round — esp. Like Like. I really enjoyed the documentary — saw it first time around. Been writing freelance for several mags for some time but — hackneyed old hack that I am — always wanted to break into fiction. Thank you for your patience. Our website is currently refreshing and should be back to normal shortly The collection, mainly post.
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The encounter with her mother brought tears to my eyes as did the scene with her stepmother, Beverlee. It has some of the most comedic scenes and wittiest, snappiest dialogue. It is insightful and one of the most moving. The relationship between the two protagonists, in fact, all of the relationships,were very well developed.
You could see both of their sides, though I, at least, felt that our heroine was more justified and Nick was more at fault in their intitial break-up. I like that he stepped up at last and shouldered his share of the blame. I would have liked it better if he had not got on the ferry and was heading back to her.
It would have been more right. And I was sobbing during her final scene with Beverlee. Her reconciliation with her Dad was so well done.
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Not only one of Kristan's best so far top 3 but one of the best I have read of this sort ever. Well this book is going to go down in history as one of my all time favorites. It's one of those book for me, that just stuck with me. This is not the first Kristan Higgins books I have ever read, the first was Just One of the Guys, and while I absolutely adore that book, this one is the one that cemented Kristan Higgins place on my list of favorite authors. I absolutely love Higgins writing style, she breathes real life into the characters with her words, and they read so authentic.
It's so much easier to identify with a character when you actually believe that they could be real people. I love that all of her characters have quirks and flaws. I also really love that Higgins books are longer than a lot of the romances I read these days. Part of the reason why I love this about her books is because they read more like a slow burn then anything else, there is so much build up within the books, so much character development, that when you get to the payoff at the end it's just all the more sweeter. I can't even put into words how much I appreciate that.
So part of the reason why I really adore this book is because it is a second chance book, two exes, and not just exes, but two people who married and divorce in my opinion divorce is way more painful then a breakup who end up at a wedding, where their siblings are getting hitched. When the book starts and everything gets laid out for Harper, I really felt bad for her. Talk about an awkward situation. To make matters worse her current boyfriend is kind of well, lets go with immature read it, I promise you will get what I mean. I loved that Harper was fiercely independent, I loved that she was reliable to her family and a good daughter and sister.
I loved that one of her closest friends is a priest who is seriously an awesome character in this book. I also loved that she's vulnerable and ended up being a divorce attorney it really makes things more interesting. Nick, as the ex, is really awesome too. He is nice and polite to Harper's man. He's there to rescue her when she gets into trouble think bears. There is so much history between the two of them, and a lot of hurt.
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And with most relationships, plenty of blame to go around. He's just such a good guy. He's the kind of guy who is in it for the long haul.
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