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19th Oct '17 4:16:43 PM Motherdragon64
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** Likewise, the sequel has Mario's adventures being turned into a play performed by one of his teammates, Flurrie, and a former enemy, Doopliss. The game also features a collection of books describing Luigi's adventures (with some facts being exaggerated to make Luigi look cooler). After beating the game, Luigi agrees to hire his publisher to make a book about Mario's adventure.

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** You can actually see the book in ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'', where the ghost Neville can be observed reading a novel entitled "Mario Story", the Japanese name for Paper Mario.
** Likewise, the sequel ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' has Mario's adventures being turned into a play performed by one of his teammates, Flurrie, and a former enemy, Doopliss. The game also features a collection of books describing Luigi's adventures (with some facts being exaggerated to make Luigi look cooler). After beating the game, Luigi agrees to hire his publisher to make a book about Mario's adventure.
11th Sep '17 10:16:10 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In the episode "Miss Brooks Writes About A Hobo," Miss Brooks seeks out a hobo to write an article entitled "The Vanishing Hobo." At the end of the episode, the hobo relates he had bought a set of new clothes with the money he earned from writing about "The Vanishing Schoolteacher."
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30th Aug '17 7:36:05 PM Pichu-kun
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* At the end of Himatsubushi-hen in [[VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry Higurashi]], Ooishi and Akasaka write a book about what they know about the 5-year chain of mysterious deaths in Hinamizawa and the [[spoiler:Great Hinamizawa Gas Disaster]]. Although it isn't the end of the series - the answers are provided in the next four arcs - it is the end of the question arcs, the arcs that lay out the mysteries that the reader is supposed to solve.



* The original comic of ''[[Comicbook/{{WITCH}} W.I.T.C.H.]]'' has the oracle showing the girls a possible future, to cheer them up, where they all reunite as adults. Adult Will then reveals that she just wrote a book about their adventures as {{Magical Girl}}s.

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* The original comic of ''[[Comicbook/{{WITCH}} W.I.T.C.H.]]'' ]]'':
** The original comic
has the oracle showing the girls a possible future, to cheer them up, where they all reunite as adults. Adult Will then reveals that she just wrote a book about their adventures as {{Magical Girl}}s.



* ''Literature/TheOutsiders'' ends with the protagonist being assigned to write five pages about his own life and asking "Can it be longer?" One wonders as to how the teacher felt about grading a 180-page novel.

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* ''Literature/TheOutsiders'' ends with the protagonist being assigned to write five pages about his own life and asking "Can it be longer?" longer?". The final line of the book is Ponyboy writing the first line of the book. One wonders as to how the teacher felt about grading a 180-page novel.





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* At the end of Himatsubushi-hen in ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'', Ooishi and Akasaka write a book about what they know about the 5-year chain of mysterious deaths in Hinamizawa and the [[spoiler:Great Hinamizawa Gas Disaster]]. Although it isn't the end of the series - the answers are provided in the next four arcs - it is the end of the question arcs, the arcs that lay out the mysteries that the reader is supposed to solve.
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16th Aug '17 6:09:41 PM Jeduthun
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May be responded to with WhoWouldWantToWatchUs. Compare with NarratorAllAlong and TagalongChronicler. See also ItsForABook, when writing becomes an excuse for dubious interests. Don't confuse with WroteTheBookOnIt, as there they may not have literally written a book.

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May be responded to with WhoWouldWantToWatchUs. Compare with NarratorAllAlong and TagalongChronicler. WriteWhatYouKnow and WriteWhoYouKnow occur when an author draws general inspiration from their experiences or people in their lives. See also ItsForABook, when writing becomes an excuse for dubious interests. Don't confuse with WroteTheBookOnIt, as there they may not have literally written a book.book.
13th Aug '17 11:59:33 AM kyeo
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* The final scene of ''Series/OrphanBlack'' likewise shows that Helena has written a memoir which has the same title as the show.
8th Aug '17 8:42:43 PM JoieDeCombat
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--"I, write a book?" Laura hooted. She said blithely, "I'm going to be an old maid schoolteacher like Ms. Wilder. Write your own book."

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--"I, -->"I, write a book?" Laura hooted. She said blithely, "I'm going to be an old maid schoolteacher like Ms. Wilder. Write your own book."
8th Aug '17 8:42:03 PM JoieDeCombat
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* In one of the later [[Literature/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Little House]] books (I believe it's Little Town On The Prarie) by Laura Ingalls Wilder, sister Mary suggests that since Laura is now teaching, she'll also write a book. Laura finds the idea hilarious. Of course...

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* In one of the later [[Literature/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Little House]] books (I believe it's Little Town On The Prarie) ''[[Literature/LittleHouseOnThePrairie These Happy Golden Years]]'' by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Laura's older sister Mary suggests Mary, visiting home after enrolling in a school for the blind, confides to Laura that since she's planning to write a book about her experience. She then observes that she'd once thought she'd become a schoolteacher before she went blind and now Laura is now teaching, she'll also doing that for her, so maybe Laura will write the book - a book. suggestion which Laura finds the idea hilarious. Of course...hilarious.
--"I, write a book?" Laura hooted. She said blithely, "I'm going to be an old maid schoolteacher like Ms. Wilder. Write your own book."
8th Aug '17 8:26:00 PM Daedalis
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* The final page of ''ComicBook/RedSonja'': ''The Forgiving of Monsters'' shows Halayah scribing Sonja's stories for posterity, starting with the first scene of ''Queen of Plagues''.
28th Jun '17 6:47:51 AM Jeduthun
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May be responded to with WhoWouldWantToWatchUs. Compare with NarratorAllAlong and TagalongChronicler. Don't confuse with WroteTheBookOnIt, as there they may not have literally written a book.

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May be responded to with WhoWouldWantToWatchUs. Compare with NarratorAllAlong and TagalongChronicler. See also ItsForABook, when writing becomes an excuse for dubious interests. Don't confuse with WroteTheBookOnIt, as there they may not have literally written a book.
29th May '17 8:43:48 PM nombretomado
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals'', Larry and Patti screw over the fabric of their fictional reality, wind up at the set of {{Sierra}} studios, and receive a lucrative offer from [[VideoGame/KingsQuest Roberta Williams]] to code adventure games about their adventures. [[MissingEpisode Al Lowe]] had to skip an entire installment in the series to undo this ending.

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* At the end of ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals'', Larry and Patti screw over the fabric of their fictional reality, wind up at the set of {{Sierra}} {{Creator/Sierra}} studios, and receive a lucrative offer from [[VideoGame/KingsQuest Roberta Williams]] to code adventure games about their adventures. [[MissingEpisode Al Lowe]] had to skip an entire installment in the series to undo this ending.
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