In the city of Vendona, bad bloods aren’t considered human; they aren’t even considered animals. They are lower than that. The parents of these creatures abandon them. The cities shun them, and the government massacres them.
In 2089, an election threatens a revolt, and two bad bloods meet. Among the chaos, their accidental relationship reveals a twisted history, and citizens are forced to make a decision. Battles begin, love blossoms, and three brothers’ past repeats, while bad bloods focus on their only goal: to survive.
And very few of them will.
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How Do I Write? Mentions word count, and what publishers expect from a first time writer.
The Answers discuss FAQs about writing and my experience with this particular novel.
Available on Kindle: Read about when November Snow was available on Kindle, and read reviews via Amazon.com.
Exposing Secrets: Writing Tips that involve characters’ secrets which uses November Snow’s characters as an example.
Available on Barnes & Noble: NOOK book and editorial reviews.
Unique Syntax and Diction: two editorial reviews that focus on the grammatical faux pas used in November Snow.
Titling Your Novel: Learn how to title your own novel and read about how my novel was titled.
Barnes & Noble Paperback: November Snow will soon be available through Barnes & Noble as a paperback.
Keeping Track of Time: Graphs and tables for your own novel will help you track time. See how I used them while I was creating and editing November Snow.
Different Perspectives: Find out how dual first person (Serena and Daniel) is used and how you learn to use it yourself.