What Happened When Frank Died: The Mother

*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

16 Comments

  1. I’ve a couple of these to catch up on (not to mention a shitload of your other stuff) but saw the email and thought I’d jump on it. Another great chapter to Frank’s never ending death. This one sounds massively uncomfortable!

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  2. Ohhh … again bitterness, and even on New Year’s Eve! But I like it very much, as it is written ..some favorites: “Frank couldn’t help smiling, ironically. “Wearing my dead mother’s face might have been the wrong move.” ” and not-mother says: “What have you got for breakfast then?”

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      1. hahaha…a little bit of light is perfect Flash! None light or too much would have been bad. That would be boring and infinitely a pity, because the conversation with you would be missing.

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  3. haha, good! But my perspective is not represental, you know! In the moment, when I read other comments, I try to understand and think in another direction. This story seemed to be relativly harmless for hell. O.K. it´s not the real mother, but she might be all right. So what is so massively unconfortable an d weird? Maybe, because everything there is a big lie. The wish to make him confortable, the statements, the feelings?

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    1. Haha yeah. When I set out to write this one, it was a lot different. I had a different idea in mind and it just kind of came out this way. Certainly not the worst heaven/hell I’ve put Frank through.

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      1. Not at all the worst heaven/hell situation! I love to read also some “lighter” versions. I think this would be a great finish for the complete works. I love the idea of the book, at least having here and there some hopeful thoughts. Everybody has the hopeful and the hopeless thoughts in his mind. The sort of mixture is decisive.

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      2. Yeah. I am not sure how I’ll order the stories in the end. But hopefully I can find a way to have every book be all mixed up. Cause they can be read in any order.

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