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READER’S OPINIONS NEEDED! PLEASE!

OK guys -I am getting a book published, as some of you know, and I currently trying to write up a blurb. Could y’all do me a favour and read through these and tell me which, if any you think are the best? And - if possible - could you reblog so I could get a rounded opinion?

It doesn’t take long, honest and it would mean so, so much to me!

  1. 1.       The Prince Jionathan is plagued by visions of death. With King Thestian on his death-bed, and the tyrannical Queen in power, the Kingdom of Harmatia is gripped by a dark conspiracy. Fleeing the city in fear of his life, Jionathan is shadowed by Rufus Merle, a young, secretive magi tasked with bringing him home. Together, with the help of Fae, a fearsome sidhe warrior, these unlikely friends must venture through a faerie wood in search of sanctuary. But their journey is fraught with danger with slaving bandits, cursed priestesses and the blood-thirsty Night Patrol, terror of Harmatia.
  2. 2.       The Prince Jionathan is plagued by visions of death. With the King on his death-bed, and the tyrannical Queen in power, the Kingdom of Harmatia lies in peril. Fleeing the city in fear of his life, Jionathan is shadowed by Rufus Merle, a young, secretive magi tasked with bringing the Prince home. In a journey fraught with danger, with the help of a fearsome sidhe warrior named Fae, these unlikely friends must  venture through a faerie wood, battle bandits, cursed priestesses and the blood-thirsty Night Patrol, in order to escape the dark conspiracy that threatens to consume them.
  3. 3.       The Kingdom of Harmatia lies in grave peril. With the King on his deathbed, and the Queen in his seat, the Prince Jionathan is plagued by visions of death. Fleeing the city for fear of his life, Jionathan is shadowed by Rufus Merle, a young, secretive magi tasked with bringing him home. Now, with the help of a fearsome sidhe warrior named Fae, they must traverse a dangerous faerie-wood together. Against bandits, faeries and cursed priestesses, these unlikely friends travel a path fraught with danger, not least from the blood-thirsty Night Patrol and the dark conspiracy that shrouds them. 

THANK YOU for reading!

Which do you prefer?

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thisblogmayormaynotberunbysatan:

fruk-this:

rtrixie:

In the post you’re about to make, replace cis/white/hetero/male people with the Jews and if the result sounds like something that could be straight out of Mein Kampf, you should probably reconsider your social justice blogging habits.

bless this freaking post

straight out of mein kampf

TBH, the same should really be applied to everything…Seeing as it’s the minorities which were and have and continue to be treated in this way…Even as a bisexual woman, my skin-colour affords me a pretty easy life…so if all I have to worry about are a few text-posts from people I can just ignore and unfollow, than I’m doing pretty good. Which is more than can be said for homosexuals in Russia or Palestinians in Gaza.

I mean just look at the news, we’re looking at the new Hitler’s everyday. 

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destiels-fallen-angel:

my-foot-up-your-ass:

youdtearthiscanvasskinapart:

casfromstatefarm:

GUYS HELP MY FRIEND IS CEYING OVER BOBBYS DEATH CAN YOU SEND ME JOKES TO HELP CHEER HER UP

KNOCK KNOCK
WHOS THERE
NOT BOBBY

TWO MEN WALK INTO A BAR
NEITHER OF THEM IS BOBBY
BECAUSE BOBBY IS DEAD

SAM AND DEAN ARE WORKING A CASE                                                   THEY NEED HELP SO WHO DO THEY CALL                                            NOT BOBBY CAUSE HE’S DEAD

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