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You’re welcome! Thank you! I posted the link to the book in the same post btw, if you just want to request access from that 🙂
That would be great – thank you, but only if he wants to 🙂
Thanks very much for all that information! It’s definitely very helpful 🙂
Here is the link to my book – https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n8A0wqjSuUfcC4cVfN5FT4rOPcQBZ_gm7jQhWPlpyFI/edit?usp=sharing
Once you request access, I’ll allow it 🙂
Cool! That’s totally fine – I’m looking for a mix of…[Read more]
Thank you! So, does that mean you would like to read my book?
Ah…that’s interesting. So, in WW2, did the Axis forces ever use gas to blind the soldiers in the trenches?
In some war films that I’ve watched, it shows gas being released into the trenches, and the soldiers having to put gas masks on. If they didn’t wear the masks,…[Read more]
I know I haven’t been as active on here recently, but anyway….I’m looking for beta readers for my first WW2 novella!
The Nurse Beta Call!
Calling all WW2 and/or historical fiction fans…
I present to you…The Nurse… a story of love and faith during WW2.
The soldi…[Read more]
I totally agree with what the others have said here 🙂
I love writing historical fiction (it’s my main genre) but I’m definitely not an expert at it. These are purely some of my thoughts 😉
I think including all the facts would be overwhelming for readers, but if you can choose just a few which allow you to write about a historical event but…[Read more]
I would definitely agree with the others about listening to music – I think it can help if you listen to something that is similar to what you’re trying to write (like emotional music that makes you feel emotional if you’re trying to write a sad scene or intense music for that scene that’s just filled with thrilling action) For…[Read more]
This looks fun xD
This is the first line of my novella:
“Nearly there,” the soldier whispered as he and another man ran through the mud, carrying the stretcher that held his best friend’s broken body.
Yeah, it is a lot of fun!
Aw, I hope you can join next time!
Story Embers is good for getting beta readers too, though! I had a few people from on here beta read my short story a while ago. One of the girls in particular was really great at it; her feedback was super helpful!
That’s cool! Is your story a novel?
I’m in the editing stage for my novella at the moment. Hopefully soonish I might start recruiting some beta readers!
Thanks for the tag 🙂
It’s nice “seeing” you again xD
How’s your writing going?
Lol…I like your sense of humor xD
I would never have guessed that you were sarcastic 😉 I’d say it’s my second language – I come from a very sarcastic family!
Nice…I’m probably similar, except I think I listen to soundtracks a bit more. Having no internet sounds like fun (not). That must be annoying.
Anyways, sorry f…[Read more]
Hello, Lady Anne 😉 (I love your username btw)
For some strange reason, I think you like books 😉
I’m glad to see that you’re a fellow coffee lover too xD
Just curious, are you sarcastic by any chance?
Your WIP sounds really good btw.
Do you like listening to soundtracks or songs more?
Anyways, I look forward to…[Read more]
You’re welcome 🙂
Lol…it can be annoying sometimes but also nice having straight hair (even if it likes to do things its own way 😉 )
Just wanted to let you both know that YWWs is hosting their second Crazy Writing Week event. It’s free and allows you to experience what YWW is like (well, at least experience a lot of it 😉 ). I so enjoyed it last time. Here is the link to it just if you’re interested – https://crazywritingweek.com/.
If you do happen…[Read more]
Good thanks! I’m glad it helped show the point *phew* xD
That’s all good. I totally understand 😊. Lol…thanks for the super early Happy Birthday 😉
Yes, you should! Are you homeschooled or do you go to school?
If you do end up joining YWWs, my name is Abby Baines on there (I kinda wished I’d kept it the same as on here)…[Read more]
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