What Happened When Frank Died: The Imagination Consultant

*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

8 comments

  1. You’ve taken me on a fair old roller coaster ride there, flash365. Intriguing, sad and redemptive being various stages of the journey. I like a story with verbal tennis but you cleverly added the drink breaks into the rallies. Winking a whiskey’s a neat idea 🙂
    In other news, I found you lurking in my spam earlier. I’ve replied so you may find me in yours. 🙂

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    • I’m really glad. It was an idea I had years ago that just kind of became a part of this challenge I am doing. Hopefully it will go through to the end, every Saturday. And, the story will all make sense (the backstory) in the end. It’s been a bit challenging because the story has only been clarifying itself to me as I go but I really think the way it all turns out will be satisfying. (if I can pull it off. Fingers crossed) Thanks for reading them, I am most invested and proud of this series.

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      • wow, infinity in heaven with Charly as an Imagination Consultant
        A whare revealing story: Frank was a cop, his son was burnt and Sarah also took her life. Everything is good in heaven, or at least, what the person finds good …. the idea is ingenious, the boredom and catastrophe must somehow follow. 5 years in a lake of whiskey … an endless life without endless intelligence and imagination? Charly has a cool job (“who would have thought that, in heaven, the end, a place of limitless possibility, a real memory and a real touch would feel so foreign.”) And meets the humor of Fank to the point. Very refreshing and funny!

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      • haha thank you. Yeah this story gives a lot of information as to what Frank thinks happened to his son. So that is where some backstory comes in here. But as it turns out that isn’t what happened, as you know since charlie is david and charlie is not a child

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      • I keep my fingers crossed that history turns out to be a jewel. I think you’re on the best way, with your incomparable style, your humor, the many twists and direction-free stories There will be a magical whole!

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  2. wow, infinity in heaven with Charly as an Imagination Consultant
    A whare revealing story: Frank was a cop, his son was burnt and Sarah also took her life. Everything is good in heaven, or at least, what the person finds good …. the idea is ingenious, the boredom and catastrophe must somehow follow. 5 years in a lake of whiskey … an endless life without endless intelligence and imagination? Charly has a cool job (“who would have thought that, in heaven, the end, a place of limitless possibility, a real memory and a real touch would feel so foreign.”) And meets the humor of Fank to the point. Very refreshing and funny!

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