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Fantasy Names

Post by dcamardo » January 15th, 2010, 10:10 am

If you're a fantasy writer and you're trying to think up names, take some notes during the perscription drug commercials. Here's a hook that will be sure to attract agents:

When the evil Lipitor invades the land, the mighty Cymbalta must take his stand to defend the city of banned word. SIDE EFFECT is a XX,000 word Fantasy.*

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