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Rejected Book Plots

Not every book can be the next Twilight

Winning, duh.

In the land of trolls and goblins, of warlocks and clowns comes the ultimate gatekeeper, Charlie Sheen. The man who can cure addiction with his mind and yet is pumped full of a drug he calls “Charlie Sheen” is a conflicted man.

As a child Chuck was always living in his brother’s shadow. He would get phone calls late at night from Emilio of him just quacking and finally saying “Ducks fly together!” before hanging up. One Christmas, Charlie got a handmade sweater from his brother that said: Not a Brat Pack Member. It was humiliating to say the least. He was even caught telling his pillow, “I so desperately wanted to be Mr. Somebody. Instead, I was the little brother, included to a point.” before drifting off into a world of winning and defeating the trolls that kept him down.

One day, Charlie snapped. He started taking powdered “Charlie Sheen” until he couldn’t live without it. His family and friends became concerned to which Charles could only reply “I have a different constitution. I have a different brain; I have a different heart; I got tiger blood, man. Dying’s for fools man, dying’s for amateurs.”

Charlie was on top of the world, taking every problem and making it winning, duh! Ducks may fly together but Charlie runs on tiger blood.

Join Charlie on his decent into winning at any cost through the eyes of his half-brother Emilio. This is one tale that won’t make you feel like you’re in Saturday detention or running from St. Elmo’s Fire but rather an even more hostile Men at Work.


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