Creators of "Hiddenfolk - A story of bullies and trolls"
@SoulRaider116: at least not entirely so! But yeah, I'd honestly rather stick to gin with my tonic.
@PigsWILLFly: Hiddenfolk is all (especially when Sludge is around) scattered with small Easter eggs. I will be curious to see if someone catches the more obscure ones later on!
@MissyZ: Pretty much so. There's no limit to some people.
@SoulRaider116: So glad you did, thanks! Will try to keep it that way then!
@ChainleeZ: And I gotta say, wow, words like these are a huge encouragement! Thanks!
@Nijuice: Thanks, and I'm looking forward to hearing what you think about it - I really hope you enjoy it.
End of book 5: #wake. See you soon with book 6: #hidden
@Oly-RRR: Ha, you'd say that with the pile of books in your avatar/drawing. But absolutely, especially if you have a vivid visual imagination.
@Oly-RRR: Why, wouldn't you expect to find a guest at a wake in the bathroom tub?
@Oly-RRR: Do you mean the Andrew Scott version? Yeah, probably there are some common traits in some of the behaviour.
@Oly-RRR: I knew they would...I wouldn't have told you otherwise :D
@Oly-RRR: Of course, he's going to love it...
@Oly-RRR: Actually elusive foster parents...I'm giving it away but you'll discover soon anyway!
@Oly-RRR: Subliminal..or unconscious Easter Egg!
@Oly-RRR: Let me know what you think if you do , I have mixed feelings about it.
Just noticed that the dialogue from the following page slipped into this one. I'll try to correct it later.
@Oly-RRR: Ah sorry, I mean 13 reasons why. I never read the book, but there are some things in common.
@Oly-RRR: Makes totally sense, even more considering I sometimes like the empty spaces between the action, the silences in between the talk. Actually if you were to ask me I'd imagine Hiddenfolk as one collected book, where you can read it from beginning to end almost in one go or divide it by chapters/episodes. Basically like a Netflix series, depending on your habits (for instance I never binge watch )