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We had a wonderful conversation about fairytales (one of my favorite subjects) and marketing your book (one of my frienemy subjects).
This post will explore how to trim your dialogue beats so they read easier with a better flow and pace.
As you read through the stories (hopefully enjoying them!) I know you're wondering: what's next for Byrd Nash?
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This is a tale of a woman learning to find her own truth and to speak it, no matter the cost.
Our resourceful heroine is a person of color - something I think we need more representation in our fantasy.
All of these tales feature common fairytale motifs but you'll find their roots are from the original tales - where dangers were real before they were watered down by Disney.
You can tell from the very first chapter you are in safe hands when it comes to the characters, the plotting, and the overall story.
One person loved my introductory line - another person hated it. They had some comments on my grammar. I took it like a Big Girl. Some of it I agreed with, some made me angry, and some I didn't do.