Aware

Adult
Rated 4.67/5 based on 6 reviews
The story has begun. Everything is normal, except... Joanna knows something is wrong, for Joanna is aware. She alone knows the truth and nobody will listen to her. She alone knows that they are all nothing more than fictional characters in a fictional universe...
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About David Blake

David Blake was born in the northwest of England in 1970 and grew up on a diet of Marvel comics, 2000 AD and television sci-fi. He has been writing for as long as he can remember and remains an avid reader. His other interests include travelling, vintage British television programmes, vintage cinema, football, eating toast and even having the occasional drink.

If David Blake has reviewed your work on Smashwords, please do not take any criticism to heart. He tries to be unbiased and constructive, and will only award 5 stars to the absolute best works, which will be rare.

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Reviews

Breanna Egan reviewed on on May 14, 2017

What a smart concept! I went from being thoroughly entertained at the idea, to a small pit in my stomach thinking about the anguish
a situation like this would cause, and how this could end horribly, to very happy with the ending! It almost makes me wish I was someone's fictitious heroine!

It's very well written, has great dialogue between the characters, and amazingly goofy and awesome details thrown in.

It's a very quick and entertaining read, so there's no reason to pass this one up!
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BraeVitae reviewed on on June 21, 2016

Well constructed with some nice twists. As a writer I'm definitely chuckling. I do sometimes wonder what our characters might be thinking, particularly as they are forced to suffer through multiple revisions.
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J. Lynne reviewed on on Oct. 19, 2015

This was an amusing, quick read. I agree with a fellow reviewer that this reminded me of Alice in Wonderland with the strange, curious happenings.
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Jamie J. Buchanan reviewed on on Aug. 19, 2014

A well written piece and there were a few clever turns of phrase that I enjoyed. Self-effacing and honest, this short story twists and turns with surrealistic non-sequiturs (I imagine watching Salvador Dali paint must have been a bit like this!) Cheers!
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Jeanne Harrell reviewed on on July 29, 2014

I liked this very much. It reminded me of an old Bugs Buuny cartoon ( sorry if that offends), where Daffy Duck goes from one setting and job to another - cowboy, pilot. It turns out Bugs was creating him as the story went along.
Nicely written. Interesting British terms: pulled tongues. The American version is 'stuck his tongue out'. Enjoyable...
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Roy Station reviewed on on July 21, 2014

Most enjoyable, I love this type of wacky humour-Could well be a scene from Alice in Wonderland.
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