Hall of Games follow enslaved girl Cadence in a world where magic holders serve and rule. Enter a breathtaking magical world with love, betrayal, and a war that threatens Cadence’s life as she knew it.
In the harsh winter of Moskava, Cadence is doing all she can to keep her family alive. Her brother is Varya, someone with special abilities who are required by the Law to serve in the capital, the Hall of Games. When the Patrols come looking for her brother, Cadence volunteers to draft as into the army alongside with Cole. She never thought that a simple decision like that would land her in a game of betrayal and hurt. Something sinister is brewing inside the Hall of Games. Hunted down by her former Mistress and an unknown enemy, Cadence must escape the Hall of Games or face a fate worse than death.
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Gertrude of Rebelslavia is a TeenFic Fantasy that follows the story of the titular character who’s fed up with her life and got shipped by her parents to boarding school. Think Harry Potter mixed with fairy tales with romance and a troubled heritage.
Gertrude hates everybody and everything.
She hates her family, she hates her teachers and she hates all the phonies that go to the hell-hole that is school, with her.
Fed up with her behavior, her parents ship her off to a boarding school for troubled teenagers.
Once there, she is badgered by a pair of superstitious, fanatical twins who are on the hunt for the Book of Thoth which they believe is hidden on school grounds. However, if she agrees to help the crazy twins, they might stumble across more than just the Book of Thoth.
And in the process, Gertrude might learn more about her heritage and identity – a heritage that might pale in comparison to the fairytales of Grimm.
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Welcome to the NaNoWriMo Rallying, hosted by the Frog Blog! We have finally reached the very last week of NaNo. Our contestants are panting and dragging themselves to the 50k, which is in sight! (Well, some of us are. A few are already waiting at the finishing line, cheering us on!)
Now that you’re reaching (or have reached) the end of NaNo, is there anything you wished you had done before this all started to make this whole journey better prepared or a nicer experience?
What methods of motivation do you employ to keep yourself going for that final sprint?
Welcome to the NaNoWriMo Rallying, hosted by the Frog Blog! Week 3 has been and gone, and the end is in sight! How did our contestants do? Got any questions you want to ask them about their process or progress? Leave a comment below!
Have you encountered any writer’s block during your project, and if not, have you ever encountered it in the past? What is your experience of it?
How do you counter writer’s block (whether it’s during NaNo or outside of NaNo)?
Welcome to the NaNoWriMo Rallying, hosted by the Frog Blog! Week 2 is probably approaching one of the hardest period of the writing. Writer’s block and other inconveniences tend to pop up halfway, causing many to hit what is known as a “wall”. How did our contestants do? Got any questions you want to ask them about their process or progress? Leave a comment below!
Have you encountered any hurdles so far in your writing? If so, what are they and how did you overcome them? Did you anticipate these hurdles?
If you haven’t encountered any hurdles so far, do you anticipate any in the future and how do you intend to overcome them?
Welcome to the NaNoWriMo Rallying, hosted by the Frog Blog! The first week of NaNo has kicked off with a bang, and as the end of Week 1 approaches, let’s see how our participants are finding the journey so far. Got any questions you want to ask them about their process or progress? Leave a comment below!
QUESTION: What are your highlights and lowlights of this week?
Welcome to the start of The Frog Blog’s NaNoWriMo Rallying! This is a series of blog posts hosted by yours truly to bring exposure, motivation, and fun to the crazy novel-writing month that is November. From here on, we will have a series of short interviews, updates on everyone’s progress on NaNo, and maybe a few glasses of wine along the way. Fancy joining? We’re always open. Check out the post here and drop me an e-mail!
Let’s start by meeting the participants who are doing this crazy task of 50k words in one month!