The main character in ‘The Wooden Groat’

So, anyway, I wrote this short story. It’s called ‘The Wooden Groat’. And I thought that the main character’s name was Andy, Andy Fletcher. There are two other characters in the story: one is Bernard Marlin, the other is Gerry Taverner. And all the while, while I was writing it, I was thinking that the main character was Andy… but it turns out that, at least according to WordCloud, I was completely mistaken:

If perchance, you’re interested in reading my short story, it’s available on Scribophile (you have to register to read it).

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Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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10 Responses to The main character in ‘The Wooden Groat’

  1. charack says:

    I tried wordcloud today. I didn’t even get a cloud….it was more like a letter Z! I gotta figure out how to use that site. Ha, ha!

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  2. BlottedInc says:

    Ah wordcloud. It has saved me from repetition so many times lol.

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  3. I will read them, nice

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  4. rhc55 says:

    What is WordCloud – all this technology is a mystery to me…

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    • pendantry says:

      ‘WordCloud’ is a tool that takes a section of text and creates an image from it; the frequency of words in the text determines the relative size of each word. So in my short story, for instance, the word ‘Gerry’ features more often than any other.

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