Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Too Human

coutelier:

Here’s a little short story of sorts (about 2,000 words), basically taken from abandoned parts of my current WIP (which you can find out a bit more about on the link on the right of my blog). I guess you can consider a mini-prequel:

It started as an almost perfect summers day,

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This is obviously one of the books I use when I’m referencing folklore material such as faeries. I’m not sure where or when I got this book actually – it’s just sort of always been around. You can see it’s had some wear and tear to it.  At some point the spine fell off and someone has tried to use tape to keep it on.

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Too Human

Here’s a little short story of sorts (about 2,000 words), basically taken from abandoned parts of my current WIP (which you can find out a bit more about on the link on the right of my blog). I guess you can consider a mini-prequel:

It started as an almost perfect summers day,

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brynwrites:

When I start to feel down, I go read the negative reviews for bestsellers on goodreads, and it sets fire in my soul.

No matter what you write, some people will hate it, but the rest of them will overlook its gaping flaws and give it four and a half stars and an excitable,

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coutelier:

coutelier:

I’m uploading the current draft of my WIP, The Little Queen, to a password protected Tumblr for anyone to have a preview. Just ask or send a message and I’ll send a link and password.  At the moment the prologue and most of chapter one is up –

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coutelier:

coutelier:

There are different categories of cliche. There are cliches that are just a result of lazy writing. There are cliches that just come from stereotypes and peoples prejudice. But there are also cliches that become cliches because there’s some underlying truth to them.

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Here is my OC Jennifer Airhart answering a few more randomly selected questions:

Are You More Like Your Mom Or Your Dad? 

My dad I suppose. He was a geneticist at Stag Corp. My mom lectured in Ancient History. They both taught never to assume I know all the answers and to question and think critically about everything.

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serves-up:

I think all content creators can relate to this.

In my opinion, I don’t think followers really understand how much your requests/likes/reblogs/etc. and random asks mean to me. It’s just so refreshing and nice to know that people enjoy what I’m doing and support me.

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