What Happened When Frank Died: The Whale


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.

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Ben & Nikita

Author: Flash-365

Author Benjamin Davis and artist Nikita Klimov created one story and one picture each day for one year. In May 2018 they published their first book, The King of FU

6 thoughts

    1. Haha, I can’t help it. I just walk around or someone says something and I think…”huh…that would be amusing.” and people just keep encouraging me. Eventually I will go too far and someone will say “Okay, okay, line crossed.”

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      1. Actually there is a line. I love your stories – I think I’ve made that clear. But I am 73 and would like to send copies to my grandaughter but I have to stop the ones with f..bombs. I personally think they add nothing to your really great posts and are unnecessary – or am I just an old fuddy duddy.

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      2. That is true. I often question using the f word in some stories. Most of the time I do simply because I want the magical realism to genuinely reflect reality and it follows twenty something year olds who often swear. Kind of like those shows on TV where you know they’d be swearing if it wasn’t on tv. I’ll pay a bit more attention to it in the future. Or if you’d like I can clean them up and send them to you personally if there are some you find that you think she’d particularly like. I’m sure if I ever get published I will be encouraged to clean up some of my work anyways. There are many times I’ll sit and erase an f bomb and put dammit or something else. And I’ll go back and forth like that for a while. Thanks for that feedback though. It is something I’ve been mulling over since more people have started reading my work.

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