What Happened When Frank Died: The Song and Dance

*UNDER CONSTRUCTION*

We are currently compiling, editing and reworking the Frank stories into a novella. Once this process is finished we will be looking for readers to get an idea if people like the final product. If you’d like to be one of the first readers of the What Happened When Frank Died Novella, please send us a message in the CONTACT section of this site.

Thank you for reading,

Ben & Nikita

23 Comments

  1. When I read your stuff, I’m like, We’re allowed to do that? Wow, whoa!!! Just say that such and such is true (well, with plenty of detail to make it real)??! My reaction to your work is sort of the same reaction I had to e.e. cummings work, how he uses lower-case, and is all over the page, i.e., and how do you like your blue boy now, Mister death (paraphrased).
    Anyway, this is just to say you inspire me to finish my shit. lol TY! xx

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  2. Ouch !! But this is evil, pain for refusing to participate in a children’s dance rhyme. Hahaha … has been fun to read. Charly always seems to be there before Frank.

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    1. haha yes. Charlie died a couple years before Frank. Oh and this is another of my favorites. I was asked to do a reading here in Russia and this was one of the stories I read. I am quite fond of it as well. There is kind of a partner story to this outside of the Frank universe: https://flash-365.com/2017/03/28/head-shoulders-knees-and-toes/ … I was working at a kindergarten for a bit and that day there is what inspired this story. In the story it says “journal” but I originally wrote it as me going off to write a story. But the main character in my stories is not meant to be a writer so I changed it up a bit.

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      1. Thank you, Flash. I ´ve read the “partner story” directly….inspiration from the kindergarden is always good, altough that you has been annoyed..hahahaha…

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