Dracula Daily, May 12 - notes on pacing
And it's a letter from Mina. Mina, who Jonathan copied recipes down for. She's burnt out on work, needs a vacation, and lonely for her best friend and her fiance. And she has absolutely no idea all the horrors Jonathan has been going through from the reader's POV. It's easy to be sympathetic for her and it's suspenseful because we know that she can't stop what happens.
Dracula Daily? Yawn, boring Mina writes a boring letter. Take me back to Transylvania.
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