Have you heard about Jack the Homework Eater? Would you like to learn everything about him?
You can do so by reading the book Jack the Homework Eater which is now available in print.
It first started with Twilight, The Vampire Diaries and The Southern Vampire Mysteries being books, but then they were made into movies and TV shows – Twilight into a film series, The Vampire Diaries and The Southern Vampire Mysteries into TV Series with the latter being named as True Blood.
The growing popularity of these books, shows and movies has influenced their social media channels too and along with some well planned strategies they are successfully engaging their audience. But according to this recent infographic by Direct SAT TV, True Blood will take over online conversations this summer.
One of the keys to a great story is the characters in it. The more unforgettable your characters are the longer they will stick in your readers mind and the more they will be talked about. You need to have several unforgettable characters in a story. It’s not just enough if you have one or two, almost all the important characters in your story need to have deep personalities. Your readers should be able to get to know them and understand them and feel the same emotions and feelings they feel while they read your story.
Before you write your story you need to plan out your characters, their personalities and traits thoroughly. The more you think about them and plan them, the more likely your readers will like them and remember them for a long time.
Jack the homework eater is my latest book. I have been working on it for about a month now. The idea had been percolating in my mind and I was finally able to put my thoughts on paper.
Marshside is the place in which the ogres reside in the book “Living With Ogres”. Marshside as the name says is a marsh where Karen, Tom, and Anna the Steelchild Ogres live with Matt, Donna and Arlene who are their slaves.
It’s not a very nice place. The ogres are very mean and expect a lot of work from the slaves for nothing in return. There aren’t many living beings in the vicinity as the ogres have scared everything, animals, other ogres and humans, out of this place. It’s a very lonely place. Karen Steelchild, the ogre that runs the house actually likes this place a lot. She likes the loneliness she has created and the power she has gained over this entire land and she wants to keep it that way, but it’s a little too lonely for the slaves as the ogres and themselves are the only life they can see for miles.
Ages 10 and up
Humans, in their quest to acquire more and more land, start encroaching into Farthing Wood. It starts with all the massive bulldozers tearing up the forest and the homes of many animals. This scares all the animals and a meeting is held at the badger’s burrow.
The meeting is attended by animals like badger, fox, weasel, adder, toad, owl, kestrel, etc. The meeting is lead by fox and badger, who try to come up with a solution which will help save the animals from the dangers in the forest. Of all the animals, toad comes up with the best solution.
I recently published my book “Living With Ogres,” which revolves around a boy Matt, a slave, who lives with ogres and serves them, just like the title suggests. Donna another slave lives with the ogres too. Both of them hate their life with the ogres. Donna hates it to an extent that she wants to escape and she wants Matt to join her.
It’s a fantasy and adventure story you will enjoy reading.
Ogres are interesting characters. They first started out as mean, evil creatures that only cared about themselves and did lots of cruel disgusting things. Then there was Shrek who helped us see ogres from a different angle. Shrek showed us that ogres can be kind and friendly sometimes.
You have them in books, television, movies, etc. Out of all these places the best place to find them is in books. Ogre story books where you get to see the lives of ogres and their surroundings and you get to enjoy them can entertain you again and again.
Below is a list of 5 ogre story books children will enjoy reading:-
I wanted to let you know that the first chapter of my children’s book Living With Ogres is out…
Matt has been serving the Steelchild ogres, as a slave for seven years. His life as a slave is really hard. He has to do a lot of work and he gets very little to eat. On top of all this, Karen Steelchild, the ogre that runs the house, makes life miserable for him.
His closest friend, Donna, another slave, doesn’t like her life either. She wants to escape and she wants Matt to join her. Matt needs to make a quick decision. He can either continue living his miserable life with the ogres or he can escape into the dangerous forest…