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  1. I am partly Irish. Besides that, I love Medieval history and literature. My name is Brittany.
  2. Haha. It is never to late to say hi ? thank you! Glad to meet you! I have you to thank largely for a good community reputation on my profile. ?
  3. It is true that this being my first novel, I would like to make sure my writing is as perfect as I can make it. And the prologue is not too long
  4. I have finished my prologue, quite nervous about putting it in the Critique section. Should i wait until it is more refined, or wait a little longer, until I have more?
  5. I cannot access the rules to the Critique and Feedback Forum. Are there any other rules other than responding to two other pieces that members have written?
  6. Nothing too great lol. I tried to download bibisco, buy my computer didn't want to download ot though I am pretty sure I was following the right steps. So I am using the free trial of The Novel Factory.
  7. Yes indeed, everyone has been great on here! I have a premise and moat of the characters. The world is post- Christian Medieval Ireland and Scotland is in there as well I have the ending. No, I don't think you are bragging. I did get a program that will help me stay organized, since I am horrible at that.
  8. Wonderful! I thought it only counted if you had comments posted in the Reading Room ?.
  9. Thank you for your advice and suggestions everyone! I appreciate it. My novel is going to be a mythical tale very loosely based on a short story I already wrote, a long time ago. Oh, I am still a new member. I need some comments before I can post in that section. But, maybe I can find something good to post in the reading room. I just posted a couple of paragraphs there awhile ago.
  10. Hi everyone, I know you haven't seen me in a while, but I would like some advice because I am trying to plan out my novel. I have my basic plot, though I have to work out the ending a bit. I have almost all of my characters. I do need to do some research. But, I am wondering, should I just start to write? I am not an organized person to begin with. And I like to just write and get into the flow of things. I am not sure what else I might have to do. Thank you.
  11. Reflective and still I am today, though there is a current below the surface, unseen by the passing eye. If you look closely however, you may see a slight disruption in the otherwise gentle consistent flow of life. This disruption runs deeper than most, only those attuned to my essence would realize that something is not right. Not wrong exactly, but not as it was meant to be. As you reach to touch, warmth should meet your hand. As fingers break the surface, you almost expect simply the benign heat of a loving heart and not also the sharper, hotter sensation of agitated energy within. The conscious mind is always aware, yet adept at hiding its tumult from not only the outside world, but from even myself. Though, in times of great distress, hurt, sorrow and anger, my reason is overpowered with the intensity of feelings beneath, and the course of life changes, becoming rapid and unpredictable. You would not want to venture near on those occasions, lest my banks flood with overwhelming pain. Eventually, hot tears stream down and add themselves to the increasing depths of my anguish, they cannot be halted by you ar I. There is a sadness so complete and a confusion so dense that you will not find a way to speak to my inner self. I do not see the slate gray clouds sweeping in from the west; my unfocused. tear-filled eyes seem to look into the turbulent swirls and eddies as I kneel at the water’s edge with my head bowed. I cannot hear the gusting wind whipping through the tree branches overhead, only that of the current, running swift and strong. I choose not feel the rain that falls hard and fast, driven by the gale to land like a volley of liquid icicles on my head and neck, soaking my hair and clothes alike. I am unable to smell both the dampness of air and of earth, since my nose is congested with weeping. I do not taste the rapidly cooling air of impending change; instead a warm, salty solution enters my open mouth as I gasp. I Written by Brittany Tyrrell, 2018 to the present
  12. Alright then, I will thank you. ? So much:
  13. Thank you all. Now I have a question, I want to share a small piece of writing, but since I am a new member, I cannot post in the feedback section, Is there a similar forum, where I can post it? ?
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