Bellatrix Lupensia never married. Never fell in love. That sole fact pulled and tugged at her heart strings until she just couldn't bare it anymore. On a precipice overlooking the ocean, she watched another one of her friends wed the man of her dreams while she stood idly by, always supportive, in her bridesmaid gown. By a sheer stroke of unlucky (or lucky) chance, the bride's bouget is prematurely tossed after the conclusion of the kiss and sores out of everyone's reaches down the massive cliff face overlooking the ocean and a mass of jagged rocks. Yes, past everyone's reach, except Bellatrix, who madly and instinctually dives for it in an effort to have one final hope at the possibility of a loving marriage. And, in doing so, dives face first to death...and romance? In what form? In the form of one of death's underlings. A sweet, spunky, odd, and mystifying young man who calls himself Death's Designated Thread Cutter. What is that? And will Bellatrix get her wish?
Hey Everyone! I'm Swig! I'm kinda new here. I have aspired to be a good writer for a good long while, but due to my own personal hangups and anxieties it has become very difficult for me to have confience in my story writing prowess. As a result, I thought I would try out the format of writing chapter by chapter for others and see if that does anything to get my writing motor running. Of course, I welcome all forms of criticism, negative and otherwise, so long as it is helpful rather than hurtful. And I will likewise do the same if it is asked of me, and even if it isn't. I actually really like critiquing others fiction! Anyway, this novel idea is one I have about a month ago and that I have been workshopping here and there. I hope I can do what is in my head justice on the page and give you all an enjoying read. Thank you and I hope to hear from all who read my work.
Hey Everyone! I'm Swig! I'm kinda new here. I have aspired to be a good writer for a good long while, but due to my own personal hangups and anxieties it has become very difficult for me to have confience in my story writing prowess. As a result, I thought I woul...
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