Hallucinating Scorning Angels: Chapter One

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Caroline Hoard writes, Hallucinating Scorning Angels: Chapter One Most stories are happy…

Hallucinating Scorning Angels: Chapter One Most stories are happy, where the characters are also happy with minor problems. Whether it’s that Spot the dog got lost, or that the annual picnic was canceled, characters always have problems. But no matter how sad they get, everything always turns out right, and most stories end with the phrase:And they lived happily ever after. Why can’t my story end the same way? But back to most stories. You will probably never pick up a book and find thatit isn’t very happy, most of the characters are mostly miserable, and the main character just might be insane. But if you’re reading this story, then you have just picked up one of the few books that isn’t very happy,and that most of the characters are mostly miserable, and the main character just might be insane. Congratulations. Welcome to Hallucinating Scorning Angels, where the phrase “And they lived happily ever after” isn’t used once, unless inthe dark humor that our character so commonly uses. Prepare…and if you start to hallucinate, hope to God that you’re not hallucinating scorning angels.

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  1. Good picture – way too sh…
    Good picture – way too short for an opening chapter and WAY too revealing! You tell us that the book isn’t happy, the characters are miserable, one is insane, happily ever after is never used – you want to let your readers guess at what will happen.

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