It’s tomorrow! You are cordially invited to find some more about forming MAIN characters and alternating POINT OF VIEW used in this debut novel.
Join me reflecting upon the writing of suspense novel, What If I Go? There maybe something new about the writing process, even for late attenders.The time is eastern-USA that equates to 3-4 in the afternoon, in the UK.
Readers are welcome to consider continuing further than the first four chapters, that are up on Amazon for free.
Have a great day!
Here’s ‘What If I Go’s’ first review. Thanks go to Kiss Carson.
What If I Go by Polly J White is a coming of age story of a Bucharest teenager sent to the UK for a better education, a better chance at work, basically for a better life. From the moment Grace sets foot on Birmingham ground, her life takes a turn for the worse and, really, doesn’t get any better. Author Polly J White has weaved a very real story of innocence destroyed which draws the reader into Grace’s dystopian reality.
Wonderfully written from the point of view of a down trodden teenager, who – really – never gives up on a better life, even after her best friend turns her back on her, and her one and only love shatters her, body and soul. This story is not for the faint hearted, but for lovers of fiction that is so close to real life that you know this betrayal of innocence and trust really is happening, right now.
Polly J White has captured the angst of youth, along with the ruin of young virtue, and the total annihilation of faith perfectly. Be prepared for an emotional read, and to live a life of child exploitation through the eyes of an author who you would swear had lived through it.
What If I Go is a very real read which I enjoyed immensely.
For more about Kiss please go to http://www.kisscarson.blogspot.com.au/
PS. No spoilers here… but there is always hope. Read more than the first four free chapters on Amazon to find out whether there can be a happy ending after such trauma.
This is where my What If I Go? reviews are heading, soon…
I am so excited. Thanks to all those busy reading. Those who bought the paperback as it’s more their thing, I am most grateful for your comittment to the task.
Come along to see how I held my protagonist’s hand while she went on a traumatic journey. I will discuss the need for sticking to a character profile.
The time is for the US.
UK time is 3-4 in the afternoon.
Next week, I’m taking part in the Mystery Thriller Week Author Hour
Tuesday 10-11 USA (3-4 UK)
Ask away about holding my protagonist’s hand and the importance of a character profile.
What do readers like to find out about the protagonist straight away?
Any early tips can be requested here.
You tell me. Thanks!
Invitation to a Mystery Thriller Week