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Fedeltà #563

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From what Mary Flaherty was saying, Livia’s ploy of spreading lots of what might be described as Catholica around her house had done the trick. The two of them were, in the eyes of Mary, of similar strength of faith. Mary didn’t know that Livia was about as unholy as could be, although regarding Commandment 5, she hadn’t actually killed... she’d just got another unholy sinner, Paolo, to do it for her.

Livia still didn’t know why Mary had made contact with her. She decided to find out.

“You hinted yesterday Mary that I might know the killer. How come?”

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    Neville Hunt 6 months ago

    Thanks very much Christopher. That’s my plan. I need to get it to 75,000-80,000 words for it to be really viable as a novel, as opposed to one I wrote earlier on Drablr called Skin Deep, which was only about 36,000 words and I understand is classed as a novella.

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    Neville Hunt 6 months ago

    That’s one way of looking at it Christopher, although I write on Drablr because it’s fun and, importantly, I share and get feedback and it forces me to do an edit of everything as I go along.

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