Genna’s Dilemma

Yesterday’s writing flew. Got my 2500 words and change, while Genna found a rescuer, and then lost him.

Today, I’m picking up with that—she faces disaster at every turn, she’s alone, she’s lost in hostile terrain, she’s out of time, and all she has to save herself with is a talent she hasn’t yet learned to control.

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By Holly

Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and indie-publish my new ones.

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16 years ago

Talk about your “startling incidents” and “cliff hangers”, this section sounds as if it has all those and then some. Excellent!

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16 years ago

Oh the temptation! I desperately am interested in this.

16 years ago

Ooh, I really can’t wait to read this book! It sounds so good!

16 years ago

Hi, Holly. I’ve been looking through the site for your e-mail address, but it seems you’ve taken it away (a sensible decision), so I’m using this comments. Everyone please excuse the off-topic.

I recently purchased your three clinic books and I must thank you for them. The character creation clinic is superb, and it has given me the missing pieces I was looking for in my writing. I’m excited about the newly opened possibilities and it surely shows in my writing quality and quantity.

Thanks, Holly, for all the advice you give us and for that three books about writing.

Greetings from Spain.

16 years ago

Whoo hoo! Sounds horrible for Genna and good for a reader like me. Can’t wait for the next teaser.

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