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  1. Quick question. What do you guys think about sex scenes? Yay or Nay? If yay, how detailed? My focus is not on erotica, so I'm a bit confused. Let me know what you think. Cheers, Ruslana
  2. Ruslana di Angelo

    Tansy

    As they passed through the giant door way of the Royal Dining Hall Tara looped her hand around Michael’s in an uncharacteristic move. Her usual confident gait slowed to an uncomfortable shuffle. Michael leaned closer to whisper in her ear. “Are you alright?” “Uh huh. Just go with it, won’t you?” she whispered back. Zhen walked ahead of them and made a beeline towards Elena. Tara had wanted to meet her betrothed who had travelled to the Capitol on more neutral grounds than one
  3. Much appreciated. I often worry that it'll be unnecessary details if I try to build up on the minor characters. But I see your point. I'll do my best to rectify. ❤️
  4. I'm trying to weave in as much of the political system without actually ranting about it. It's not as complicated as it seems once it's laid out. As for more screen time for Iain and Michael, coming right up, sir 😁. I do have a concern though. I wonder if I should write in the intimate scenes in to the story (I don't want this to be a piece of erotica) or make a bunch of one off shorts with them. 🤔
  5. Thank you for the love. I don't usually write myself into the story. But, since Iain could obviously afford it I had to put my favourite piece of jewellery (which I don't possess 😜) into the story. Always fun to find someone who enjoys a good piece of jewellery.
  6. Thank you. I'm glad I messaged you since you seem to enjoy it. ❤️
  7. Ruslana di Angelo

    Prologue

    The point is to not give you the answers to those questions until the end 😉.
  8. Hey ya fellow bibliophiles,

    Blackthorn chapter 2 is up. :sheep:

  9. “So, how did it go?” Tara asked as soon as he stepped in the door. Both the siblings lifted their head from the work they were absorbed in and looked at him as he entered the drawing room of their rented suit at the inn. Zhen had parchment strewn around him that mixed in with the foliage that he must have been drawing and some had trailed off the desk and laid on the floor. Tara sat at the large bay window sill that overlooked the cliffs and the River Sari beyond and had her swords and a th
  10. I personally judge people who don't like Ender's Game. I know its very petty, but it's my thing. I'd love to hear your vies on imperialism and what you dislike about it though. Sounds like you have an interesting reason behind it. Not to sound like a sales person, but it'd be great if you checked out my story, Blackthorn. If I say so myself it has all your favorites and hope that it doesn't have your least favorite trope since no-one has ever pointed that out. And, I promise I don't write super powerful babies either.
  11. “If you live to be a hundred, I hope I live to be a hundred minus one day, so that I never have to live a day without you.”
    —Winnie the Pooh

  12. Every thing in the realm of understood and imagined physics has limits. But not some fantasy characters 🙄
  13. "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance; pray you, love, remember: and there is pansies, that's for thoughts. There's fennel for you, and columbines: — there 's rue for you; and here's some for me: — we may call it, herb of grace o'Sundays: — you may wear your rue with a difference. — There's a daisy: — I would give you some violets; but they withered all, when my father died: — They say, he made a good end."

    Ophilia from Hamlet

    William Shakespeare

  14. Oooh, a nitpick! This is so exciting to find a fellow like minded fantasy reader/author. I'm very particular myself when it comes to minor and less obvious details in a fantasy. I love when there are limitations to a fantasy world. There are some people who seem to believe that everything goes with very little logic since its 'fantasy.' You sound like someone interesting to get feedback from.
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