Performed by Becky Shrimpton BUY Book ONLINE Get to know the writer: What is your novel about? It looks at the Cinderella fairytale from the Wicked Stepmother’s view through the eyes of a reporter. Essentially it shows there are many different sides to each story depending on who you ask, the need to let… Continue reading 1st Chapter Novel Reading of Ella: A Stepmum’s Tale, by J L Higgs
Performed by Val Cole. Get to know the writer: What is your novel about? Fortunate Son is the story of a future president lost in time. It is 1969. The Vietnam war is raging and a young G.W Bush decides the best place to be is in the National Guard. Later, some would wonder as… Continue reading Fortunate Son – Chapter 1 Novel Reading by Daniel T Pawlowski
Submit your Novel to the Festival Today: https://novelwritingfestival.com CLICK the LINK and read the best of 2016 COMEDY Novel Loglines: BARBIE AND THE BARBARIAN, by Racine Hiet UP AND IN, by Deborah Disney FORTUNATE SON, by Dan Pawlowski SOUTHERN FRIED, by David Luck ANNIE GOMEZ AND THE GIGANTIC FOOT OF DOOM, by Jay Cutts PUSHING… Continue reading Best of 2016 COMEDY Novel Loglines
Submit your Novel to the Festival Today: https://novelwritingfestival.com CLICK the LINK and read the best of 2016 BIOGRAPHY Novel Loglines: WRONG PLACE WRONG TIME, by David P. Perlmutter LUNA TREE: THE BABY PROJECT, by Maya Berger THE MAVERICK EFFECT, by George Verdolaga THE LION THE LEGEND AND THE COAL MINERS DAUGHTER, by Anne Mayhew THE GIRL… Continue reading Best of 2016 BIOGRAPHY Novel Loglines
1st CHAPTER and FULL NOVEL FESTIVAL: https://novelwritingfestival.com/ Watch the November 2016 Winning Novel & Short Story Performance Readings. All stories read and performed by professional actors: Novel Transcript – GUARDIAN November 2016 ReadingWritten by Marc W Johnson Novel Transcript – HAIR DAY AT FRIDA’S November 2016 ReadingWritten by Rachel Sutton Novel Transcript – BECOMING HERO… Continue reading November 2016 Novel & Short Story Winners
The general theme of my novel is the fight against evil, and yet in that fight you may be called upon to do the unthinkable to achieve this goal. To save the lives of your family and friends, and to stop the murder of countless innocent people, what should the hero be willing to do in order to accomplish this? The book also deals with the idea of how someone becomes evil. How does a good person go bad? Storm in Shanghai is told through first person POV present tense in some chapters , first person POV past tense of the same character in other chapters, and finally in third person past tense of some other characters in other chapters. The tone of each is different, but ranges from witty and happy to angry and scared.