So, like you, I ‘ve heard that prologues are not thought upon lightly. Because they usually are skipped, sometimes boring or are simply not necessary.
I just wrote a recent post about the love at first sight trope and over the weekend I wrote about my characters in my work in progress novel being in a love triangle and how it will begin once I start chapter 12 . Does them being in a long triangle mean they are affected by the love at first sight bug? Or Cupid’s arrow? As I explained in my recent post.
What is it about the love at first sight trope that drives people mad ? Why is it sworn off by most novelist?
CHAPTER 4 WIP NOVEL TEASER: Xavier with Mary attend the town meeting about the missing girl and it revealed that they are after the wolf pack and they are wolves themselves . Xavier tries to get Mary to forget about her assignment despite the Kraldire Accaila Wrath.
The next chapter. Chapter 13 called Dagger of Memories will be the beginning of all the real action for Sirena. This chapter will reveal a lot of things
Cristen comes face to face with the council who is in werewolf form .
Epistolary writing is where the novel is written in mostly documents which include letters and journal entries.
From angels to elves, and especially vampires who can live for gazillion of years , you say immortality is always a given when writing supernatural creatures . But what’s the immortality of werewolves look like ? Can they usually live forever in fiction? Let’s explore the immortality of werewolves within fiction.
The next chapter. Chapter 13 called Dagger of Memories will be the beginning of all the real action .
In werewolf mythology different plants are harmful to the werewolf such as mistletoe , mountain ash, rye, and of course the most famous one of them all wolfsbane. However, in my work in progress werewolf novel I don’t use these plants as a fatal tool against them. Instead I use poppy tears or as we know it as opium or Poppy seeds. Let me tell you a little about it.