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Author, Blogger, and illustrator with PDMI Publishing Llc. V.L. Jennings' Blog (Speculating Among The Stars) can be found here: www.virginialorijennings.com I am the author of two science fiction books called "The Alien Mind" and "Visionary from the Stars". I love to write and I have been doing so since the sixth grade. I was born in April 1987 in the state of New Hampshire; I was Home Schooled from seventh grade and graduated at 16 with a GED. I now live with my husband and three children in Dillon, South Carolina. You can find me on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Shelfari, Linkedin, and Pinterest. I love connecting with people! I am readily to answer questions and offer advice and support to new writers.

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7 comments on “Best Hero Description
  1. ruthie67 says:

    Past relationships had left Marge Willet a bitter person. She is divorced, unhappy(except when writing) and cynical. She dresses unattractively to repel men. After going through a physical and spiritual transformation, she is a better person, but it wasn’t because a wealthy benefactor made her that way, although it was a start. It was because Jesus changed her life. –From A Second Chance At Love. Soon to eb out in online bookstores

  2. Trista Rossi family was born a mafia princess. Until her 8th birthday she grew up as one. But when she was 8, family disputes between her sadistic grandfather and strong willed mother caused her to be ripped from the life and the city she loved…. New York.

    She and her sister grew up the step daughters of an Earl in Derbyshire England. Her mother, was never the same after they left New York. She lied and claimed that Rossi family, including their father was all dead…. all but their brother Marcus who their grandfather stole and he had been posioned against them… Her mother drifted into sadism and crueky abuse . Her children were not to be loved they were to be like the ice…. or like stone. Their step father on the other hand nutured the talents of Trista and her sister. Trista was ruthless, but business savy and conniving. Her sister was sadistic, masochistic and homesidal. She excelled with weapons and defence.

    WHen their mother died they learned the truth, their father was alive, they ran back to New York and back to a mob war that took their father and brother out of commission. Determined to keep the power the Rossi family had for 4 generations. With a little help form Uncle Duncan the Scottish baron they had never known was the head of british crime syndicate and his henchmen, Trista and her sister begin to run the family business making profits and plotting the swift retribution demanded by both of her fathers. While her sister gains the upper hand as the hardest most unfoirgiving assasin in the war, Trista is the mastermind behind it….

    In the end, Trista finds that the princesses in her fairy tales are simpering and weak, but the princesses of the mob are really the strength behind the throne.

  3. Can I leave a link to a video? More cheesy fun that way. Meet Stan Rakness. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w3BBjmG1Es

  4. Edward Forrest Frank says:

    Arthur Crump was an ordinary man. Maybe not quite ordinary, he was an accountant. He had all of the characteristics of a good accountant. He was meticulous, obsessive, very good with numbers, and most importantly – he was exceedingly dull. Lacking any social life he had plenty of time to work on accounts long into the night. He had dreams, of course. Even the dullest of people had dreams. Arthur’s dreams, however, were remarkable only with regard to how pedestrian and boring they were. I won’t recount their content, because, as I said, they were as dull as Arthur Crump. (This is a novelette in progress.)

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