She looked around. She couldn’t believe that she was actually there. She had made it to the Superbowl. She might only be a bystander, but it was still such an amazing feeling that she was able to enjoy. She had … Continue reading
Maggie felt herself being pulled up. She had been expecting the pull, had been ready to welcome it. Now that the time was upon her, she wasn’t ready for it. She didn’t want to leave her family. She didn’t want to leave anyone behind. In her world, when one reached a certain age, they were drafted into the service of the Master in the Sky. No one had seen the Master. No one was seen after they were drafted. Not everyone was drafted. Tests, lots of tests, were given. It was nearly impossible to purposely fail them, though a few had tried. Read more Random Fiction!
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A Night in the Palace by Carole Mortimer My rating: 3 of 5 stars “Chapter 4, and he has announced he’s keeping her hostage, basically, until her brother returns his sister … whom the brother eloped with … did you … Continue reading
06: Meeting the Main Character
This is always the hardest part for me. I know I need a male and a female (romance/chick lit, kind of a requirement, since I write hetero).
I don’t know who they’re going to be. I need to work on this.
I was talking about this with my husband. There are so many choices. So many places to choose. I don’t know what I want to do!
Ugh! This is why NaNoWriMo can be a bad thing for me!