Also I don't like using my phone either.
Am I out of options.
Good scene. The one thing I don't care for is the confusion of switching of perspectives. I'd show everything from David's perspective. Let David feel the foe collapse at his feet, instead of a separate narrator description.
Okay, so I noticed that whenever I read a book let's say The Book Thief. I don't know half the words in there. Like, every couple sentences I have to stop and look up a word. Is that normal?? Or is it just me?
The main character was someone kids could relate to. The story was solid and interesting,and it fed into everyone's sense of adventure.
In a series I'm working on, the main character is homosexual. His orientation does not effect his personality whatsover. The only thing that shows that he's gay is that he gets into a relationship with another male character. But other than that, he doesn't express any homosexuality undertones...
They care more about illegals than Americans. They've proven that.
No. I think the original story would be harmed if there was a Scrooge and Cratchit sequel. Dickens' story is just right and covers what Dickens wanted to say. I'm not a fan of sequels by other authors. I think they spoil the original and they don't have the same "feel". Even the best...
About a loss, not heartbreak or pets.
Just read the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independance, presidential speeches from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, or books from similar eras, and then compare that to todays literature. Don't get me wrong I'm not comparing the average person to geniuses. But don't you think authors (who have...
I personally was never one to skip cause my mom was scary so i can t think of any other than I felt sick. but i need at least 2 more. please help
I would name it maybe mixed tales, mixed genres meet in one book, or something like that. I think naming novels is easier than short stories. I personally think the cover is the hardest part. It have to stand out.