Hi there, I am TheRadicalRadish.
I am a pretty radical radish, I don’t think you’ve come across radishes that are as radical as me.
I live in Britain where the weather is constantly dreary but that's good because it means I can stay home all day and be a slob.
I have a dream to re-read every book I have ever read, but this time focus on how it's written and not the story itself. I think that it will help improve my writing style and push me far ahead into life.
Apparently I can make book covers too, so if you need any, give me a shout
I have too many favourite published books, so listing them will take ages, but I have a couple which I shall recommend, and these are 'the Chaos Walking trilogy' by Patrick Ness, which consists of 'The Knife Of Never Letting Go', 'The Ask And The Answer', and 'Monsters Of Men,', in which there's my favourite quote, 'War makes monsters of men." These are extraordinary books, and if you are struggling with character development, these are the ones to read.
Well, thanks for taking the time to read this, and I hope you enjoy my stories. Don't forget to comment and vote, I would love some encouragement/ feedback :)
I have started on a new project called Wrath And Rancour, and am hoping to get some people (excited and) looking forward to when I upload the first chapter. I have only the prologue up now which honestly wouldn't take very long to read, so if you could do me this favour, and tell me if you would be interested in reading it, and, of course, what you think about it, it would be much appreciated.
Thank you all.
- JoinedOctober 31, 2011
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The king is corrupt, the land flailing, the people dying. Yet the king focuses on one individual. Why?