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Thank you, Lyse. I like to keep em guessing!
Ah, a mothers love is unconditional...and for those of you lucky enough to still have it, cherish it for time goes by faster than you think. I still remember as if it was yesterday, when I was thirteen and I use to read all my stories to my mother, till this day (I'm 54 now) I haven't read any of my stories person to person to no one else, not even my dad -- too critical -- never has nothing positive to say or simply doesn't know how to say it.... Richard: love to read this screenplay.
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Sounds ambitious RB!
RB, did you just threw in the "And protect her son's innocence" to get us thinking?
An unemployed philadering husband refuses to grant the divorce to his kept, stay at home wife; she must play the greatest role, mourning his murder and advocate for her son, charged with his murder..
An unemployed philadering husband refuses to grant the divorce to his kept, stay at home wife; she must play the greatest role, mourning his death and advocate for her son, charged with his murder..
I didn't think of that Fleurette... definitely think this one sounds intriguing...
You are correct S.J. Robinson, the intrigue is RB's intent. I'm pleased you noticed my dared comment, ( added as a logline). By the way, it's not meant as criticisim.
I didn't think it was meant as criticism Fleurette, don't worry! You are definitely amplifying "the stakes" however ;)