PRLog (Press Release) - Jan. 12, 2012 - Lunar Bois, the villain—if any exists in JRA’s most creative application of the postmodern literary genre Metafiction—
JRA—for whom many stories exist about who, why, how, and when he was what—has changed his ways. The “Cut-Throat Creative” is a name John Reyer earned when he was only five years old, according to folklore in the End-to-End Saga; he has worn more cloaks than there are clocks on walls, counting the seconds that one holds his breath for the moment when his caper will collapse. This time, he appears to have learnt his lesson.
“Without giving too much away, “WELLY STORY” is going to be either Lunar’s swansong or his elevator ride, in which he gets the pitch perfect to someone who can make it happen for him….” says John Reyer, sharing what’s at stake for his makeshift villain.
“There are issues that will be dealt with, like loneliness and depression, in what is a feel good story, offering a perspective a lot of us know about….” JRA warns that his melancholy mood will not be left behind for the sake of embracing his hometown and all that the vibrant city has to offer. “But like in romantic comedies, loneliness and depression are glossed over with an airbrush, and so will be the dark gaping holes in the lives of the characters in the story.”
Lunar Bois, who has been in and out of institutions since a young age, finds a purple patch in his life when his old friend JRA turns up in town. A woman who came between the two friends when they were teenagers shows her face at the most inconvenient time.
Under Lunar Bois’ hardened exterior, which he’s had to paint for the sake of his sanity, is a soft centre. JRA convinced Lunar back when the conflict occurred that nothing had happened. The truth of the matter again becomes relevant just when things seem like time has healed all wounds.
“Message to My Girl,” by New Zealand Super Group from back in the day Split Enz, carves a place in the soul when wielded in a yarn that John Reyer will spin in FEB ’12’s “WELLY STORY.”
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