Just a depressed insomniac that likes to read, write, and draw. Oh, and I'm a christian, too. Have a wonderful day. Or else.
Oh, honey, no one has control over their own fate. It's all in the hands of God.
Although, now that I think about it, character development is a thing, so maybe this'll change as she grows. Who knows. But, again, great job on the chapter, author!
When it turns out you've already met him twice, and he happens to be your daughter's father. Oop. i love the irony here
I mean, I get your point, but God did tell us to love our enemies. Besides that, I'm enjoying the story. Great chapter :)
I'm only five chapters in, and I've fallen in love with this story. The mother-daughter relationship is beautiful, and as a Christian, I appreciate the Faith aspect in this story. Praise God for this beautiful story, and God bless you, author! :)
This story is beautiful, and no one can change my mind. ❤❤❤
Four chapters in and I have decided that I very much enjoy this story, and I very much enjoy this character's faith in God. Great job, author, and God bless you!
For some reason, highschool fencing classes don't sound like they would beat a pirate king. No offense, but this main character seems a little overpowered, like most feminist main characters, and it's kinda sad. I hardly ever get to find a strong, female character that has weaknesses and isn't immediately more powerful than everyone else. This isn't to bash you, please understand that. It's just constructive criticism, because this isn't how you write a good, strong, female character. Keep her sassy personality. It's wonderful. But if she only took one class, she should not be able to beat a Pirate Lord. As a woman myself, it's more empowering to see someone fight and work for power, because that shows that anyone can do it, rather than someone just having power, because that shows that not everyone can have the power. Maybe have her convince him into giving her lessons or something, and set this up a little more. Again, not to bash your writing. So far, I'm more or less enjoying this story. It's just a bit of criticism for writing a better, more likeable character. And good job with writing an interesting, amusing story.
I didn't mean to sound offended, sorry. i I meant to sound a bit more joking at the end there. It's kinda hard to convey tone through text, so sorry for the misunderstanding. And I was trying to explain my logic, because I have to write this stuff out for myself sometimes. Again, sorry for the misunderstanding.
I hope you're doing okay! I'll be praying for you
I love this line so, so much.❤
This books is absolutely wonderful. The story is amazing, the characters are wonderful and all have different personalities, the lore is intriguing, the magic system makes sense, and I, as a Christian, really appreciate the religious aspect of this book. I love this book, and it might be my favorite book on this platform. It's a really good read, and I recommend it. Praise be to God for giving the author such beautiful writing skills.
Me too, Rania. Honestly, as a Christian, I love the religious feel of this book. God bless you for having the courage to write this book, and praise Him for giving you such wonderful writing skills. Keep up the good work, author. :)
Icicles can form from frozen rain. That, and cities are dirty, so any snow she would have seen would have been brown, not white. That, and where she used to live was in a warmer climate than where she lives now. Listen, I wrote this like two or three years ago when I wasn't thinking about this stuff. I'm kinda really stupid.
So, basically, these doctors knew she was in a high risk pregnancy and didn't come up with a plan beforehand about what to do if something like this happened. And, you know, a C-section probably should have been part of that plan. I am not doctor, but I have done quite a bit of research. Inadequate doctors are inadequate. But, hey. We'll see what happens next.