In the previous post, we talked about how important the first page is to the success of your book. A good first page is, without a doubt, the difference between someone actually buying and reading through your whole book or merely picking it from the shelf, opening it up and setting it back. 483 more words
Minor clashes with Talians provoked their armies to step out from the warm castles and meet us on the battlefield. Two of their armies were broken, two of their Lords cut down before the rest of them defected the battlefield seeking shelter. 614 more words
Feeble flying leads to fickle frays into the foraying of the life that needs to drink the boot on a hemlock of mildew.
There was always a way around and there was always an alternative, but our protagonist could not see the way forward without trying to decipher the riddle that had so plainly lay itself in front of them. 481 more words
Hello my lovely friends, and welcome to another coffee-induced post that I probably should have written a while ago.
Over the past few weeks university and slowly been creeping up on me, and it’s currently winding up to give me a real good punch in the face this week. 259 more words