Mel E. Furnish
I am a self-published author, raised in a small town on a family farm in Indiana. I
have published a handful of books so far, and I have plans for many more! Interested in more? Check out my website! * http://mel-e-furnish.com/
The Chronicles of Enchantments
Are you looking for a new exciting epic fantasy series to explore? Today is your lucky day; you have transpired upon a new series that will keep you wondering what could happen next!
Cancel Culture Mob = Monty Python Mob
^^^^ "The Cancel Culture Mob" is today’s equivalent to this ^^^^ They find something or someone (the woman accused of being a witch) to attack, harass, and "sentence to death” by ripping apart their business, their job, their livelihood, their property, their image, their name, their family, their friends…
Ironic. You now want peace, Summer flashback, You demanded violence. You preach about love, tolerance, and acceptance,
Thump-thump. Memories flash by. Thump-thump. Vision is blurry. Thump-thump. Can't breathe; why? Thump-thump.
Where are all my Warriors fans at? My all-time favorite book series in middle school, Warriors, a series that submerges you into a world of survival for cats in the wild. For some, it may sound strange, but the series is full of struggles, passions, heartbreaks, and lots of death, but also life. The author(s) of Warriors, Erin Hunter, have always inspired me in creating my own book series.
The End of Before
Below is a reading sample excerpt from my first book, The Deity Jewels: Part One, The Prophecy! Prologue The End of the Life Before
TCoE: Backstory Blogs Pt. 1
While I was laboring away today and found my mind wondering about writing and my books, I was trying to muster up some ideas on ways to help spread the word on my work and I figured one way to be heard, is to be persistent. I need to be writing constantly and consistently, at least something geared toward these books. I needed a way to share bits and pieces of the world I have created in shorter and more "seizing" ways so that I can try to capture intrigue from potential new readers. Here and there within the past year, I have gotten some feedback from a few of my readers and some were asking me questions on certain situations or backstories. Now, I do like a good backstory, however, they can't always be the "main" focus of a plot. If you focus too much on every character's backstory, then the plot will weaken from having too much information all at once. It will become dull and stale, or at least that's my personal opinion.
Morty's Reset Backfire
A short story that draws you in like the first ten minutes of Up when they show their relationship over the years as they build a strong connection. One of the best love stories, even better than most that take several large books and long movies to display. Up made us fall in love and bawl right off the bat of the movie, making you wonder what the hell the rest of the story is going to entail.