Exhibits What to say in an affidavit The affidavit is your evidence. The three most important rules about what you say in an affidavit are: Everything you say in your affidavit must be true to the best of your knowledge. An affidavit must contain only facts.
Mac on 07 Jan at A action story that rolls from one Punisher-esque action sequence to another will probably get pretty tedious. If the story is in third-person narration, you could also focus a chapter on a few of the villains.
How do they react to someone new waltzing in and blowing up their stuff? Where do they begin looking for him? Over the course of the book, it will probably be most dramatic if the gangs start an inept, bumbling hunt for him and only gradually begin to put it together.
Or actually a group of people. One way to ratchet up the tension is that they narrowly get closer and closer to discovering who he really is.
He probably lives nearby. David on 07 Jan at 1: How long are novels usually and how do you do chapters? Holliequ on 07 Jan at 1: Books for younger audiences can be 50, words and under, but I think older readers expect a longer work than that.
I think my average is about 1, words. Mac on 07 Jan at 3: However, the manuscript itself will probably be slightly longer to compensate for what the publisher will edit out. Could you clarify that a bit? What sort of information are you looking for? Like he stumbled his way home and what do you know, the elevator is out.
So he remembered the night in great detail as he made his way up. And like on the third floor, he passed out as his roommate helped him up the stairs. He will go out and take down a dealer.
In return for mercy, the dealer tells Vir that the boss is going to meet his brother in Surry. Vir will follow them, hide in the darkness, follow them some more and then blow up their weapons stash. I think that sounds good. Out of 65 chapters, 13 are told in third person where Amy-Belle is the central character, but I may lengthen those or add more where I can.
After all, Isaac getting blackmailed is one of the main plots in the book.
Let me know if you have any questions. My main character has to go on a vigilante spree fighting drug dealers for a bit before he does anything else significant. I need to expand on him more.
Do I go into specific, like a play by play of maybe chapters about each time he goes beating people up and expanding on his character each time? Or should I do a quick summary maybe 2 pages? I like the first one better, since it has more detail.
Like how he experiments with a cape, tries fighting with a knife, tries a different outfit, etc. Of course he chooses to save the girl, but still. Mac on 31 Jan at 4: The main advantage of your novel is that you have the ability to draw out scenes more.
Also, I think that getting up to 60, words about as short as a novel for older readers can go is going to be hard for this work, so fleshing out scenes is a good place to start.
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The character that I’m trying to name is basically a psychic that can only use his powers while he is fighting. He has five swords from a giant buster sword all the way down to a small blade, because I based him off an artist that draws a picture using his swords as he fights.
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