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theGoldenSimatar
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 4:12 am  Reply with quote



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Location: Virginia

I'm no navy person, my mother was 82nd Airborne (part of the first group of women in the unit as a matter of fact). Was going off of pics and such I found online for apparently a rear helipad on the cruisier.

The references I meant were for horror with the character names:

Joe Brandner --- Gary Brandner, author of THE HOWLING
Carl Landis --- John Landis, director of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON
Alex Wiseman --- Len Wiseman, director of UNDERWORLD
Stuart Waggner --- George Waggner, director of THE WOLF MAN
Captain Talbot --- Claude Rains character in THE WOLF MAN
Mark Dante --- Joe Dante, director of THE HOWLING

Sort of my nod towards some werewolf related stuff.

Silly question if anyone knows. How does one determine the difference between a short story and a novella? Is there a page number minium or something?
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Elf
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 6:29 am  Reply with quote



Joined: 21 Jun 2006
Posts: 261

theGoldenSimatar wrote:
I'm no navy person, my mother was 82nd Airborne (part of the first group of women in the unit as a matter of fact). Was going off of pics and such I found online for apparently a rear helipad on the cruisier.

The references I meant were for horror with the character names:

Joe Brandner --- Gary Brandner, author of THE HOWLING
Carl Landis --- John Landis, director of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON
Alex Wiseman --- Len Wiseman, director of UNDERWORLD
Stuart Waggner --- George Waggner, director of THE WOLF MAN
Captain Talbot --- Claude Rains character in THE WOLF MAN
Mark Dante --- Joe Dante, director of THE HOWLING

Sort of my nod towards some werewolf related stuff.

Silly question if anyone knows. How does one determine the difference between a short story and a novella? Is there a page number minium or something?


Yeah, a novela's generally over 30,000 depending on the publisher.
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