I’ve had the privilege of traveling quite a bit this spring. I went to Croatia in April and then to England in May. I’ve been to Heathrow airport and Wales before, but this was my first real visit to England.
A story only has so much time to make a great first impression: the first line, the blurb or maybe just the cover. When a reader picks up your story, what’s going to keep them reading? What makes a great beginning?
From creating characters to filling plot holes, there’s more to writing than simply churning out words. But what if you’re not even sure how to start your story? The Write Practice to the rescue!
One of the reasons for my lack of activity lately is that we got a dog a month ago. He’s small and furry and fluffy and cute and a whole lot of work.
Draekora is the third book in the Medoran Chronicles and it continues the adventures of Alexandra Jennings, a gifted human now mixed up in events that threaten not just humans but the inhabitants of other worlds as well. (Please note that this review might contain spoilers for the first two books)
“You can make anything by writing.”
— C.S. Lewis