Replacement is futile
Darkness is irrelevant
Prepare to be assimilated.
On a different note - I have great problems inserting photos. I read a blog on here the other day, one by Robert Leeshock actually, that had photos scattered all across it, but can I work out how to do that? Uh, no. I had to cheat here and place the pic then press enter several times so I could write above it. Whether it will work is another matter.
Anyway - meet Yannick Bisson. He's in Sue Thomas FB Eye and the Murdoch Mysteries, both of which are airing here atm. He's the hero of the latest novel. A short - well by my standards - for one of the prompts on the White Rose Blog. Course whether it gets published or even submitted is neither here nor there.
Right now hero doesn't have a name, actually hasn't even said anything, tho he did walk into the heroine and vanish without apologising. And all I know about the heroine is that she has a name and a dog. Which admittedly isn't a lot, but its something. Oh and I have the prompt which is:
“Dead guys don’t usually show up for breakfast,” she said, staring at the very-much-alive man who stood in front of the pastry counter.
So this hero will be dead at some point. Haha.
And I really should have picked a name for the heroine that I can spell.
Well this isn't helping. The kids will be in soon, poor hubby is upstairs dying... don't laugh, ManFlu is potentially fatal! Or so he reliably assures me.