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david bowie black tie - sosostris2012


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http://pyrsf.blogspot.com/2007/02/forward-looking-booklist.html


Various reviews of various things, many of them spoilery, some positive, some not.

Don't worry, SFF! More books with hideously unhappy endings are in the pipeline.

And no, I'm not going to tell you which ones.
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I think you should just go through a period where you become the O'Henry of unhappy endings, and every book and story should, no matter what the genre, previous events, or rhythm of the story, switch to a sad and brutal ending at the end. And you could dedicate every book and story during this period to everyone who's griped about the lack of tragedy in [title redacted].

That'll learn 'em.
from now on, all my novels shall end, "And then they were eaten by girls bears.
I like happy endings, and feel vaguely ashamed about it. It's probably unseemly in a lit major.