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Musings on MatC

I handwrote the Damon/Miranda letters months ago to feel more in character, and now I’m running into the problem of never being in the mood to transcribe them.

And here I had been fantasizing about posting two a week. Ha. Ha. I’m such a slacker.

I’m going to bluntly tell you right now, I don’t know how to end the letters. I don’t particularly want to write nine years of Miranda and Damon writing each other back and forth, but I would like to include the resolution at the end.

I’m probably going to have to switch over to third-person narration for the finale.

It will be epic and beautiful. Reduce you to tears, and all that jazz. So A-MAY-ZIIING.

My husband pointed out that their story is pretty far outside of the usual romance genre formula — but I’m good at being offbeat and weird.

It’s ‘normal’ that I struggle the most with.

Considering that I’ve never really lived ‘normal.’

Just wait until I start posting the Carol/Hartmann stuff I’ve been writing, lmao.

4 thoughts on “Musings on MatC”

  1. Haha, I look forward to it all! Miranda and Damon totally need an epic finale. Hmm, maybe I like your stories so much because the romance doesn’t follow the formula, which is so predictable I want to cry sometimes.

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    1. I’m sure that everyone was dying to see Miranda return to her hometown and reconnect with her high school boyfriend after hitting that low point in her career… but she didn’t want to do any of that. 🙂

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