How to Hook a ReaderHow to Hook a Reader by LauraMartinArt
I should note that this article will be primarily concerning YA fiction, as that is what I know most about. You may notice that some of these openings use elements that I cautioned against in an earlier article. Told ‘ya there were bountiful exceptions to writing “rules.”
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis
“There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it.”
This one is just awesome. I adore some subtle humor in a book, and it’s a great way to start out if you’re witty enough. This short and amusing opening line tells us a lot about the character in a very short time. His name also gives an indication that he is not from the land of Narnia, but is probably from England, if this book is to be similar to the ones prior to it in the series. We know something about his age in t
And now for something completely different...
I did some pics for a school assignment and then this happened...Quite unusual for me with bold lips and very minimalistic eye-make-up, but I liked it, so here we go
Besides I realized I never really painted on myself.. (except the face) - it was challenging but fun ^^
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