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The Ghosts of Pineville

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Ah, the first interaction between Glory and the boys. This is an example of a page that wrote itself. Maybe not dialogue word for word, but definitely the feel of their speech. They are awkward and without words. The boys are embarrassed talking about ghosts with a stranger, they don't know what a ouija board is, and they're looking for a quick escape so explanations are no longer necessary. This girl's certainty of herself is affecting them in a way they weren't prepared for...though she shows a bit of vulnerability in her interest in their cause. In short - their first interaction is clumsy and strange, but feels totally natural (to me) at the same time.

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