Let me tell you about my charatcer Divya. Divya is a shy thirteen year old slave with a navie mind and fascinated with the stars and moons of her planet. Every word I write for her fits her character perfectly. She has a life outside of her arc filled with friends and love and hobbies and hope and dreams. … Continue reading Between Character and Story
Jeanette Winterson once said to change the phrase 'epiphanic moment' to 'moment of epiphany'.
Synopsis: Fifteen year-old Yael is on the run. The Jewish girl seeks shelter from the Germans on the farm of the village outcast. Aleksei is mute and solitary, but as the brutal winter advances, he reluctantly takes her in and a delicate relationship develops. As her feelings towards Aleksei change, the war intrudes and Yael … Continue reading The Song of the Stork- review
He was dying, drowning in his own blood. The little princess floated over him, watching the brown skin turn sickly yellow. No. She was young, always would be young and stubborn. He couldn't die because she demanded it. She tried to scream at him. To get up, to run. Even if anyone could hear the … Continue reading Helpless (400 words or less)
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Know that you won't win the Booker Prize. Fact: no-one has ever won the Booker Prize apart from Hilary Mantel, and you are not Hilary Mantel.
Synopsis: Her worth decided over a game of cards, Lady Rosalyn Hayes has accepted her future. She will marry a duke she doesn’t know to protect her sisters’ reputations. But when a year of preparation for her debut vanishes in the blink of an eye, Rose flees her gilded cage in search of unrestrained adventure. … Continue reading Rose by Another Name – Review