What Happened When Frank Died: Family Dinner

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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

24 Comments

  1. uhhhh…this is a terrible nightmare, not a family dinner! It reminds me of films, that I only could watch for 5 min…and all because of two questions? Well the questions are probably very important. Nevertheless, I enjoyed very much your new WhwFd-Story…: )

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    1. Haha I’ll get less serious next week. Or try to. We are getting to the end of our challenge so I’m putting more of the back story into the Frank stories which is a bit of a dark story.

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  2. Read ‘The Imagination Consultant’. ‘Him’ is referred to in plenty of stories I think; I’m also very sure we actually see him in ‘The Hunt’.

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  3. This made me think. What I read was: Someone (in this story, Frank) has performed suicide, leaving their loved ones with unanswered questions – probably very common in that situation. But the loved ones are unable to see past their self-serving questions to understand or care what was ever really happening to Frank. Indeed Frank himself seemed confused. How often is this really the way it goes IRL. Heartbreaking, good job on eliciting the emotions on this one. Anyway, love your work as always. x

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    1. Thank you for the analysis. The Frank stories are all meant to be read as separate pieces but for those who want, it can be part of a whole. I really like the interpretation of this as an individual piece. Adds a whole new layer I wasn’t really thinking about.

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