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Also, you have to remember the correct way for a character to feel their injuries. Most you will not have felt (hopefully) like a gun wound or the bite of a sword. This page gives some ways to treat injuries in your writing. I found in on the author page of Alex Lidell, who's book, The Cadet of Tildor, I will be reviewing on Friday. Hope this lists helps you, I know I will be using it.
Also, to any of you who are interested, I added a short Bio page. It will tell you a little about me and has a way for you to contact me if you want to chat.
And, as a personal update, yesterday I completed the first draft of my book that I have titled Souls of Thyne. It is 82,433 words and 321 pages on Microsoft. My second drafts usually add 20,000 words, so this book will pass the 100,000 word mark! I am supper excited and plan to share editing tips in the future (with examples) as I work on my next draft. Do any of you have any writing mile stones to share? I would love to hear them.
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