Dragon Lovers Wanted!

To provide feedback on my first attempt at writing a scene with a dragon!

I do not wish to post it here, except with a password. So, if anyone is interested in reading what I’ve got and giving me some honest feedback, please let me know! Personally, I like the scene, but I have not read a whole lot of books that feature dragons and I just want to make sure I get it right.

The scene is not particularly long, so if you’re worried about the time, don’t. It should only take a few minutes to get through the scene where the dragon is introduced, unless you’d care to read the whole chapter, which is also an option.

Published by Jessica Urquhart

First off, who am I? My name is Jessica Urquhart. Writing has always been a hobby of mine, which got its start in middle and highschool, when I'd write short stories for the amusement of my friends and classmates. Currently, I'm working on my first book, my one true love of a story I've been saying I would one day write. Well, that day has come. If you'd care to follow my musings on the adventures and hurdles of writing my first fantasy book, then please, read my blog.

26 thoughts on “Dragon Lovers Wanted!

    1. Sounds good. I’ll work on getting it loaded tonight or tomorrow and get the password to you. Thanks! And no deadline for now. I’ve got plenty to do while I wait. 😉

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      1. Only one of my many personalities read it but I can give you opinions from all 57 of my personalities but they likely won’t agree so you will have a diverse range of opinions. 🤪😜😁🧐….

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      2. Well, boys and girls (are there any girls in there?), you’d best behave or I’ll have to get out my whip and whip you all into shape! 😂

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      3. I think a few of them might like that too much. It reminds them of the dominatrix Sherrielock Holmes the immortal twin of Sherlock Holmes. She restores discipline by whipping naughty boys until thier naughty booties are tomato red. But for some reason many of her targets fall in love and continue to be naughty just for the spankings. That pretty much includes all of America’s Congress.


      4. Hmmm…. I could come up with plenty of new and creative punishments for them if whipping doesn’t do the trick! 👿

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      5. We will start with tying up the naughty elves and tickling them with a long white feather… And if that doesn’t work, we’ll move on to something more extreme. 😁

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      6. Waaa haaa haaaa! I haven’t heard one naughty peep out of my head elves. They are trying to be good but it won’t last. One of them will slip a whoopie cushion under another one and all heck will break loose. It’ll be like Mardi Gras inside my head. 🤪🎉


      7. You know, maybe when you finish your current book, you should try a fantasy comedy. Now that I’ve got you onto Discworld, maybe it will inspire you…

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      8. I like thecway you think, Jessica. Actually, it would probably be better than anything else I’ve done. Because I would enjoy writing it more. Starting an outline this weekend 🤔😁


      9. I think you should write a story about elves. They are so busy in your mind, that it sounds like they deserve a story of their own. Actually, your head elves sound more like Nac Mac Feegle than anything else! Haha! Btw, how far have you gotten into that book? Have the little blue men started to get up to any mischief yet? Last night, Frida and I read the chapter where Tiffany meets Miss Tick when she poses as one of the travelling teachers. Unfortunately, I don’t think my daughter has been listening to the story, so I’m really just reading it to myself. I’ll know every word by heart by the time she finally starts paying attention! Haha!

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      10. You are soooooo insightful. I think Calvin of the Calvin and Hobbes comic duo best describes my inner day dreamer and Head Elves. If I can blend those into an accurate script of what goes on in my head, it might be kinda fun to read. 😉. I’m at the same part of Wee Free Men with Kimora. I think Kimora gets worried because I’m so into it. I keep telling her its a historically accurate novel meaning hysterically accurate. We are slow but we are having fun. Keep reading to Frida. She may not appear to be into it but if you keep it up, by the time she is six, she’ll be well on her way to reading excellence.


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