Spending months planning his wife's murder to make it look like suicide. A man comes home to find his wife has killed herself. He now has to prove he didn't do it.

    Bad timing

    CraigDGriffiths Summitry Asked on March 1, 2015 in Public.
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      Good one. I’d explore that story further!

      AHStitt Penpusher Reviewed on March 1, 2015.
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        Comma masquerading as a full stop. “… like a suicide, a man comes home…”

        AHStitt Penpusher Reviewed on March 1, 2015.
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          Grammar and me are far from friends. For me comma problems are common problems.

          CraigDGriffiths Summitry Reviewed on March 2, 2015.
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            I like the irony in story idea but I’m confused, who is the protag/antag here? OK, the man is the protag, but do we root for him. Maybe if he is feeling remorse later on in the story. But now we still do not know who the antag is; it can’t be the woman because she, is described here, as a victim. We also do not have a description of the leading character(s) character(.s).

            For instance;

            Protag: a famous and jealous Judge
            antag: beatifull woman
            catalist: her committing adultery

            Rutger Oosterhoff Samurai Reviewed on March 2, 2015.
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