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    (Original post by 0to100)
    You answer.
    I'm only 18, what answer could I possibly give?
    I'll think of something though. Already got some ideas. :rofl:
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    I'm only 18, what answer could I possibly give?
    I'll think of something though. Already got some ideas. :rofl:
    You could write:

    Secrets of a Romanian Teen

    not creative, but effectively straight-foward(pushes up nerd glasses lol)
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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    Please explain what you mean by this picture.
    have you never see the ad-video of these
    I'll explain it a guy who became a millionaire online called Tai Lopez and he has these cars and a huge amount of books and well it's a popular meme just google it and you'll see
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    You could write:

    Secrets of a Romanian Teen

    not creative, but effectively straight-foward(pushes up nerd glasses lol)
    Would you honestly read a book named like that? :rofl:
    But yeah, I could target YA readers. Like, 15 year olds.
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    WoodyMKC Answer this please :rofl:
    "What was the best thing before sliced bread??? and 99 other questions you can't answer".
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    Would you honestly read a book named like that? :rofl:
    But yeah, I could target YA readers. Like, 15 year olds.
    If I was a pervert sure, but yes def teens. They're the biggest consumers anyway.
    And everyone read Diary of Anne Frank...

    Get to writing now lol
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    If I was a pervert sure, but yes def teens. They're the biggest consumers anyway.
    And everyone read Diary of Anne Frank...

    Get to writing now lol
    I didn't read it. :| :rofl:
    Honestly, I'd call my book And the Night Was Still Young. It'd be some very poetic ****. And this is how it'd end it too. Like, I wouldn't mention the phrase at all until the very last line.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    The Trials and Tribz of a Rude Boi

    or

    Spanner to a Plan

    or

    Brum's Finest

    or

    The Tales of an English Screw-up

    :bigsmile:
    Rhaenys10 would you read any of mine?? lol
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    "What was the best thing before sliced bread??? .
    Deep. I take it you wouldn't provide any answers?
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    Deep. I take it you wouldn't provide any answers?
    Nope, I'd write 152 pages on the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Rhaenys10 would you read any of mine?? lol
    I'd honestly read The Tales of an English Screw-Up. It'd make you look like a British James Dean lol. Brum's Finest sounds like something you'd read on a whiskey bottle. :rofl:
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    I didn't read it. :| :rofl:
    Honestly, I'd call my book And the Night Was Still Young. It'd be some very poetic ****. And this is how it'd end too. Like, I wouldn't mention the phrase at all until the very last line.
    Wow...sequel? lol
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    I'd honestly read The Tales of an English Screw-Up. It'd make you look like a British James Dean lol. Brum's Finest sounds like something you'd read on a whiskey bottle. :rofl:
    Who? :cookie: lol

    But yea I feel it would reach my target of millions of disgruntled young (white) males and older ones who remember being disgruntled young (white) males :yy:

    lol if you'd find it on a whiskey bottle that's even better because my target audience most likely loooves their whiskey


    Also...nirvana just responded so she's awake lol
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Wow...sequel? lol
    Sequel to what? :rofl:

    (Original post by 0to100)
    Who? :cookie: lol

    But yea I feel it would reach my target of millions of disgruntled young (white) males and older ones who remember being disgruntled young (white) males :yy:

    lol if you'd find it on a whiskey bottle that's even better because my target audience most likely loooves their whiskey


    Also...nirvana just responded so she's awake lol
    OMG don't tell me you don't know about James Dean. He's iconic, look him up.

    I feel like teenage girls would also read it and romanticise the whole thing. :rofl:

    Loool I can already see a thread being opened on here. Has anyone tasted/read Brum's Finest? A friend of mine said it's good. Any opinions? :rofl:
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    Sequel to what? :rofl:



    OMG don't tell me you don't know about James Dean. He's iconic, look him up.

    I feel like teenage girls would also read it and romanticise the whole thing. :rofl:

    Loool I can already see a thread being opened on here. Has anyone tasted/read Brum's Finest? A friend of mine said it's good. Any opinions? :rofl:
    You said the last line of your book would be "an the night is still young." If I read that, it makes me think a sequel is coming

    And no I looked him up and def know who he is by face and era just didn't know the name immediately

    Yea exactly have you ever heard of Kitchen Sink Realism?

    It's a British genre of art and film, it started in the same period as James Dean, when our council blocks were built post-war. There was a lot of white poverty and stuff and angry young men and then the skinhead era came and the Mod era, stuff like that lol so saying my book sounds like James Dean Idk I take it seriously now :P
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Nope, I'd write 152 pages on the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre
    Fascinating. Hope it has photos, at least. Why Norwich though? :rofl:
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    Fascinating. Hope it has photos, at least. Why Norwich though? :rofl:
    No no no, pure text Well, maybe some pictures of the city centre circa 1945.

    It's an Alan Partridge reference
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