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And I do love the idea of creating templates in Canva and moving over to Powerpoint. I think I shall be working on the same — eventually! That is cool, innit? I also created the space-saver book cover in Canva. As a result, I have two tetralogies. Just a thought. Just keep the books coming. Like Liked by 2 people. Tetralogy—had to Google that one. What a story that was. As I writing Book 3, Xhosa is dominating the conversation and the action. So it seems appropriate I would write another trilogy with someone else as the star.
Congrats on all the creativity that emerge. Good idea about taking notes for future books. Thanks, Juneta. I am happiest when I am buried in a project. Writing works well for me. You use a spreadsheet—you and about one other person besides me. It does wrap up nicely by the end, while giving you a taste of the next.
I hope you like it! But, I want to wrap up the Lucy series first. Love the editing tips. Working in a spreadsheet is quite effective for me. I really like your idea of taking notes for future books in the series. Wow, love that process, though not so much the amount of work to clean up the manuscript! It saved me here, GP. I am sure that it will all be wonderfully brought together and looking forward to catching up with Xhosa and the rest of the characters I have enjoyed so much.
Which is another reason I think a second trilogy could work—see what happens to a few of the other odd and interesting characters. This year has been a bit of a nightmare when it comes to my writing. All I hope to achieve between now and the end of the year is to edit the draft I have. I am editing now, too! That stuff has a way of falling apart with no notice. If you set up your Word page with the Styles, you can have the paragraph indent set at whatever you like and it will go there every time you hit the Return key to start a new paragraph.
Then you rarely have to use Tab. It makes life so much easier! Just use the one called Normal and right-click to modify it and you can do all your setting up in it. Andrea M. By A Keary. Leon By Dr.
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Meyer's stand-in, is also a modern American woman who struggles with Edward's patronizing misogyny and over-protectiveness. Her mind is the only one in the book not open to him, which serves both as an indication of her reverential reserve towards him as God or prophet and her resistance to being totally subject to him. Though devoted to and in love with him, she sounds notes throughout the series that reflect something like feminism.
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