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Flank Hawk is his debut novel. When Terry isn't writing or enjoying time with his wife and daughters, he can be found in his basement raising turtles. To contact Terry, or to learn more about his writing endeavors, visit his website at www. Ervin II. To contact Terry or learn more about his writing endeavors, visit his website at www. Then came the people and creatures that would inhabit the world, how it came to be, and the long-running, multilayered power struggle that would come to influence events in the plot that I was devising.
There are a number of writers out there that write with little to no planning. A common occurrence is that, without a plan, a panster writes himself into a corner. If they do finish that first draft, extensive reorganizing, revising and rewriting is often necessary. Planning, plotting, outlining, or whatever one wants to name the process, I believe is a valuable tool in saving time and keeping a writer on track, helping to ensure both finishing the first draft, and serving as an aid to find success in the end.
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I plan a logical route, from stop to stop, that will take me, and the reader, from beginning to end. I have a mile marker or point to write towards. Another thing to remember with this process, is that the plan is not written in stone, just like a road trip vacation.
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Also, as with any vacation, opportunities to pull over, or go off the planned course to take a look at something interesting or special is always an option. In the end, the planning enables me to push through a first draft, writing it such that there are very few plot holes or plot tangents going nowhere that need attention in subsequent drafts. It saves me time. He does question some of his actions, and at times feels remorse for having to take lives, but in the end, he will always do what needs to be done.
Unflinching and loyal, Flank Hawk makes for a very likable, complex character.
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Supreme Enchantress Thulease, who employs Flank Hawk in her quest, came as something of a surprise to me. I found Thulease to be a fascinating companion for Flank Hawk—she perhaps lives by a slightly different code, but ultimately she and Flank Hawk complement each other.
While not exactly thrilling, it does add an element of realism to the story. Given the very dangerous events taking place in this novel, it would be unrealistic for none of the likable characters to die.
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Death is something of a theme in this book, given that the enchantress Thereese is near death for most of it. I was constantly engaged and hooked very early. I had trouble putting it aside in order to sleep! So the pacing was very well done and kept me engaged in the story and characters.
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The plot was also quite well done, being very interesting and full of unexpected elements that kept me guessing. There was one point when I thought I knew the outcome of the events and was surprised, and pleased, when it turned out differently. I wish I did half-star ratings so I could give this 4. These are minor considerations, but to be consistent in my rating scheme and with previous reviews, I have to give it 4 stars.
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