It doesn't sound too peculiar to me, it sounds like a good backdrop for a vampire story
Absolutely love what I've read by him, he was ahead of his time and transcended the genre he was in
The Stand by Stephen King, the unedited expanded version, I found it highly enjoyable
For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
George Orwell has to be my favourite author
I was 5 when I learnt the F bomb, learnt it at school of course, I had no idea what it meant
I guess you could apply this philosophy to songwriting and visual arts as well
Why not use both, ie Dr Magneto?
If you set it in a real city, I guess you could also deal with current affairs happening in the city in real life, this can be both a good thing...
The story I've been working on has ended up in first person present tense, perhaps I will change this in the future, sometimes it can be challenging
To strike a balance between the 'yin and yang' of life?
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