CONTEST: James Wood Mad Lib #2

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IT’S ANOTHER CHANCE TO WIN A SPECIAL BOOKMARK FROM THE FICTION ADVOCATE OMG OMFG!!!

What the heck is James Wood talking about in How Fiction Works?

One word, repeated six times, is missing from the passage below. Guess the word and win a bitchin’ bookmark.

Begin!

“Why is the ____________ irrelevant? […] You would never need a ____________. In fact, ____________s, you might say, are very good ____________s of a certain middling status: ____________s are very good ____________s of themselves! (That’s how they work, then.)”

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13 Responses to CONTEST: James Wood Mad Lib #2

  1. Carrie M

    It’s probably something lame, like “parody” or “satire.” I wish it were “Hurley.”

  2. fictionadvocate

    You know, you can probably find the answer with a clever Google search.

  3. fictionadvocate

    Can I take a guess?

    Evangelist.

  4. Carrie M

    Wouldn’t that ruin the fun? I thought you were looking for amusing answers rather than accurate ones.

  5. Carrie M

    Fine, I Googled it and found it. Now I wish I didn’t know the real answer.

  6. fictionadvocate

    Indeed. But I also want to give the eventual winner a SPECIAL BOOKMARK FROM THE FICTION ADVOCATE OMG OMFG!!!

  7. fictionadvocate

    Give us the answer and claim your prize!

  8. Carrie M

    Barometer. But cheaters shouldn’t get prizes.

  9. fictionadvocate

    Hush. Just go up to the podium and accept your very special bookmark from the fiction advocate omg omfg.

  10. Carrie M

    OMG OMFG!!!!! Times infinity!

  11. I would guess either ‘Cancer,’ ‘Casserole,’ or ‘Bolweevil.’ I say this knowing full well the correct answer has already been given.

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