Chapter 21

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6 thoughts on “Chapter 21

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  2. Oh Gabriel I hope you talk to Ellie and don’t let this become some misunderstanding!
    I really love the format of this story. I like how the pics capture the scenery and each character’s expression which enhances the dialogue that moves the plot. I also love the way you’ve developed each character, and not just Ellie and Gabriel. You could’ve easily made Jane and John one dimensional characters with no depth or real purpose in driving the plot but instead you made them pivotal in providing both Gabriel and Ellie with much needed support and a family bond that they never had before. Jane and John are more important characters than we realise because it’s because of them that both Ellie and Gabriel can learn to heal from the wounds of their past in order to have a future together.
    You’re doing a great job with this and I’ve become an even bigger fan of your writing. 🙂

    • Wow. Just, wow. Your comment literally made my day. Thank you so, SO much for you incredibly kind and supportive words! I can’t tell you how much it means to me.
      I agree that secondary characters are crucial to any story. They are usually the ones who help the lead characters accomplish what they are supposed to. They are the voices of reason and support. The hero and heroine would fail without them. Perhaps their arc is never as big as the lead characters, but they will always have an arc nonetheless. The only characters who don’t change should be the villains.
      It’s even amazing for me watching Jane go from sweet, giddy innocent to mature married woman. And seeing John really open up and be the cheeky boy with a heart of gold that he is. I wish I could say it was all my writing, but honestly, the characters led me to where they wanted to go naturally. 🙂
      Oh, Ellie and Gabe. They aren’t the best at communicating in the right way, are they? Their emotions, fears and passion often gets in the way of rationality. Thank God their bond is unbreakable.

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