My heart rate begins to increase, my sweat starts to hit the dirt harder as I struggle to reach for anything that can help me get out from this rope. I struggle and strain but to no avail, I’m stuck.
Suddenly she grew quiet, her body now a statue as she could see a pair of bright red eyes in the far distance. Her mouth quivered, with only a soft “shhh” escaping her lips.
Her cheeks were on fire, her stomach was a black hole, she could no longer feel the kicks as they had dampened from repetition.
Joaquin and Locks get in a scuffle and ravioli is involved.
So let’s go over the 5 steps:
1: Hook Your Audience without giving anything away
2: Introduce The Characters without detailing too much
3: Create Questions big enough that will keep them reading
4: Give Bread Crumbs but not large enough for them to solve the ending
5: End The Story, try your best not to cheat your reader
Detective Batsy is on the case but this one, the academy didn’t prepare her.
Tommy talks about his time in college and the challenges his faces.
I’m waiting at the bus station with my mom to leave to university.
A poem I wrote for Erin when we were still dating years ago.
Ralph is hesitant to read the letter he just received afraid it will change his future.