Richard Armitage . . .
I find it amazing that the Masked Ball fantasy flash-fiction, now over a month old, which used Richard Armitage’s Guy of Gisborne as the basis for the character of Niccolo de Fleury, is still getting views. For those who want to read the whole story, click on the chapters below, read and dream on!
Lucia Brabante and Ser Richard Armitage . . .
Lucia Brabante and Sir Percy Blakeney . . .
A letter from Annabelle Dechanel . . .
A letter from Bacigalupo to Samuel North . . .
A ‘penny dreadful’ . . . Part Two
To hell in a hand-basket . . .
the continuing story of Lucia Brabante and the masked ball.
The end of the story takes place within the three hours of the blog event, the Masked Ball, and was outrageous fun and great flash/fan fiction. So read to the end!
The novella may go through Lulu just for kicks as we three authors, Pat Sweet, Rebecca Bingham and myself, would like to edit it as tight as we can make it and eventually read it in page form.
ooo, loved this blogella! can’t wait until you compile it. i’d love to read it in print. with illustrations?
I started editing it for book-form last night and I decided it wouldn’t stand to be re-written to classic book-form. Even now there is a fresh sense of fun and pace as I read. To be sure, there are monumental structural issues, POV, punctuation and names will have to be changed slightly, but the rhythm and swing of the story is best left alone I reckon.
When’s all said and done, it was a flash/fan fiction where 3 writers who lived in 3 different geographic zones across the world, tried to write a story without discussing the next chapter or the final outcome.
It reminds me of a fantastic BBC comedy radio panel from a while back, whose name I can’t remember: Just a Minute (?) or My Word (?) . . . something like that.