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What's next for Tony?

Anthony Winters is given one chance to make it. One chance to be more than just some kid from the streets.
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Re: What's next for Tony?

Unread postby brainsniffer » Fri Jan 06, 2017 10:15 pm

The big demonic force that could bring about the end of the reality and leave everything in limbo turns out to be the writer? Damn you Dale! ;)



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Re: What's next for Tony?

Unread postby PS Power » Sun Jan 08, 2017 3:38 pm

:)

Stories have a beginning, a middle and an end. A point where ewe enter the stream of them being, the meat of what is going on and then the point we gracefully (at least that's the hope) leave them. That's all.



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Re: What's next for Tony?

Unread postby qHnED7SnYgQs » Sun Jan 08, 2017 9:52 pm

Yeah, but that's not the type of reader you have. The majority of your readers probably have the expectation that "the story will go on forever".

For me, if I see a book on amazon, no matter how well reviewed, if I don't see an indication that it's part of an open-ended series, it's very unlikely that I'll even look at it. Even ones that are described as part as a trilogy or otherwise fixed size series with no indication that they are part of a larger universe only very rarely attract my attention.

Sure, an individual story thread has a beginning and ending, but as long as you don't destroy the universe at the end of the last book, something is going to keep happening, no matter if someone writes about it or not. And frankly, I don't what to have to imagine what that something is myself, that's what authors are for. ;)



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Re: What's next for Tony?

Unread postby brainsniffer » Mon Jan 09, 2017 3:56 am

Maybe. Don't get me wrong though, if Dale is calling it done then I'm not out to pressure him to write something he has no interest in continuing and it's not like he's short on options of other works. I agree with him that you'd just be writing the character into more success and probably giving the "TW is a MS" more fodder - but I'm very not opposed to that.

I guess everything else is "headcanon" for me on this thread now :) And in one alt reality it's totes what happens. Suck it, Trebek.



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Re: What's next for Tony?

Unread postby PS Power » Sat Apr 01, 2017 2:12 am

What goes on inside your head, or in clearly marked "fan-fiction" is up to you. :)



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