Story of 83 pages needs to be further developed with dialogue and sub-plots to about 120-125 pages.
Here is a short synopsis of the story:
Two long time girlfriends decide to take a beach vacation together. They are excited as for once they are each on vacation without husbands, boyfriends, children, and others who dictate what to do, where to go, what to eat, what to drink, and what to purchase. Needless to say, even though they are not drinking to the point of getting drunk, they are ordering the more expensive drinks on the menu ($15-$18 dollar martinis and margaritas in different flavors), and going out to the nicer restaurants on the beach for lobster dinners, and more exotic drinks, and shopping in the gift shops. Coming from the Midwest, they are quite talkative with others, and quite approachable. Unbeknown to them, they are being watched—and targeted—by a male in his 30s, who thinks they must be rich, so plans to kidnap them. The girls are staying at a resort on an island off the coast of Florida, that attracts mostly middle-aged people, which they are—rather than the gray-haired population, or the twenty-something wild party-goers. There are people more their age, and plenty of things to do, and it’s a great place to relax and have a good time, without the wild party goes. One night after they had went to their rooms and were about ready to call it a night, there was an electrical blackout. This was part of the criminal’s plan, so that he could kidnap the girls. The girls opened the door to this stranger, as they taught it was someone to help during this electrical blackout, yet they find themselves taken away to…..
Story should be written with one-inch margins, double space, paragraph indentations of five spaces set on toolbar (not with tabs), no extra spaces between paragraphs, in 12 pt. Times New Roman, and of course, in Microsoft Word. This is how the 83 pages are written.
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