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An inspiring tale of a young man on a journey in pursuit of truth and God — and the search for significance. Hey thanks PJ! How bout: An inspiring tale of a man on a dangerous journey around the world in pursuit of truth and God — and the search for significance. Also, your contributions throughout this post have been excellent and have added real value.
So, thank you! An inspiring tale of a man on a dangerous journey around the world in pursuit of truth, significance and God. A year-old retraces her failed relationships since 16 to find closure and reach happiness with her husband and two sons. First person would help and a bit more information. How is this trip through memory lane unique and gripping? At 36, as a wife and mother, I retrace my failed relationships only to discover the love of my life never really loved me at all.
Now to give it some zing. As a 36 year old wife and mother, I struggled in my marriage until I retraced my failed relationships and realized the man for whom I wasted years pining never loved me at all. Vampire Kellan Donnolly, son of Simon the Apostle,must choose between saving his race from extinction or true love. A young widow, while renovating an inherited parlor house for resale, finds herself aiding a brazen ghost in a centuries old murder. Stacy, this is almost perfect. It is a story of humor, danger, suspense, and intrigue with the Appalachian dialect of that era spoken.
Darby begins in when George Walsh, a rocky soil farmer, dram drinker, father, and husband is murdered.
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This drew their eighteen year old sons, Andrew Walsh and William Caldwell, into the feud. Andrew was pretty much of a hothead and he took up the feud where Virgil had left off by holding a grudge against the entire Caldwell family. In a bar fight, Andrew killed a man and was sentenced to ten years in prison. While in prison, he killed a fellow inmate and his sentence was increased to life in prison.
Even though the inmate he killed admitted to killing his father, Andrew refused to believe him. He continued blaming the Caldwells and threatened to break out of prison and kill them all. During these more than twenty years, William and Deborah attended college where he became a doctor and Deborah became a school teacher. They had two children.
Andrew, in a high security prison, feigned insanity and was assigned to an insane asylum from which he broke out and headed for Darby and the Caldwells. This time he was caught before reaching Darby, but not before he murdered three people. Another time he was thought by hospital psychiatrists to be rehabilitated, and was given unsupervised probation.
He, again, went after the Caldwells plus his mother and brother. During this probation, he was unsuccessful in several attempts to kill the Caldwells. However, when he tried to kill his brother and mother, he was killed by his mother. First, I sent it as 25 words, but someone wrote and ask for more. What I then sent was my synopsis. If you have anybody proof reading your book, make sure to ask them what they thought of that. I just hope that there are many people out there who will enjoy your work.
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My wife has edited it once with no problems, but it is now in the hands of an editor. I understand that you would want to steer clear of anything sounding too modern, but the use of this kind of thing can either make or break a story. Is this needed here? When read out loud or otherwise does it flow properly, or halt me when I read it? And, if you can, get some other people, that you know you can trust, to read your work and see what they think about the dialogue. It will definitely help if they know you well enough to not shrink away from saying anything that might offend you.
Trust me, I know: I just want to make sure you have all your bases covered. Colin Colbeck sneaks into the deep to rescue his grandmother and stop a troll war that threatens an epic earthquake. But this sounds interesting. Maybe re-word a little? Teenager Bree Albina is horrified to discover she is an elf Changeling, but her journey to understand this new identity reveals her vital role in an ancient conflict between good and evil. Bree Albina reluctantly accepts her new identity as an elf Changling and faces X in an ancient conflict.
It is a tremendous challenge. To Bree? To her world?
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Teenager Bree Albina is horrified to discover she is an elf Changeling, but through her journey to understand this new identity, she learns she has a vital role to play in an ancient conflict between good and evil. I appreciate the encouragement and the revision. You nailed what I was aiming to do.
Murder comes to Sudbury Falls, and so does a recently retired nurse, whose tenacious nature tells her that city officials are not only attempting a cover up, but it is up to her, and a handful of friends to uncover the truth, or possibly die trying. When Mr. I am terrible at this, so here it goes. After a grizzly bear kills her parents, Polson faces a wilderness of grief navigating the year after their deaths, memories of family, and ultimately the remote Arctic river where they died. Wrestling with her faith in the midst of grief, Polson finds her way to the possibility of hope.
I like the navigation metaphor. Thank you for the suggestions- dropping weak words and tightening is exactly the inout that is helpful. I appreciate it! This seems like lines from your book as opposed to a pitch statement. OK, we know she is getting a divorce and her world is falling part, but what truth about God and how is it connected?
When Jacob accidentally kills a teen heart-throb, he must find a way to evade revenge-seeking fans while trying to stay alive due to an unconventional pact he makes. When Jacob accidentally kills a teen heart-throb, he must find a way to evade revenge-seeking fans and the consequences of a lethal pact. I like it! I want to read it! But…you have the demon lord in the same sentence as the mother and the senile wizard, lending it equal strength as an antagonist to the reader.
Is that the case? The senile wizard is trying to help her, the wizard lord is trying to kill her and her mother is trying to send her to a healing school to be protected. I need to hone the antagonist better. When airline pilot John Nash falls for aspiring psychologist Joy Hill, nothing can get between them, except 1, miles and his marriage to somebody else. I like the two-word rhythm. Thanks for looking at it!
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I have very recently decided that I am tired of playing around with kid gloves and going after a few things full force instead of with quiet patience. But I am not interacting with the rest of you, only taking the time to read the posts and comments which I deem relevant to me, in this moment, although a part of me knows that everything here is relevant. Too bad. Got in kind of late with this post.