G = Giving Up

G.jpgetting to the point where you want to call it quits? Or look for that rabbit’s foot, blast the bad luck to bits? What quirky superstitions do your characters have? What point do they turn back, saying they’ve had enough?

Of the different stories I’ve written, the different characters met, none of them are superstitious (unless they’re good at hiding it, I bet!). Love and logic lead their choices, the words ‘I quit/to h–l with it’ seldom in their voices. Then again….

What about your characters?

4 thoughts on “G = Giving Up

  1. Paula says:

    Dropping in from the A to Z Challenge. My mother was superstitious. I could write a book!!

    Paula from
    Smidgen, Snippets, & Bits

  2. I don’t think my characters have been superstitious, although many are influenced strongly by intuition rather than strict logic.

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