Q&A: What happens to the captured humans when they try to escape?

Nothing good. Either they try to escape and are caught and killed or they escape and are stranded.

If they are caught while trying to run, they are killed on sight. No trial, no muss, no fuss. Just death. They wouldn’t be worth the effort if they were to try to escape again. It is acceptable to simply kill the humans for disobeying the monster, so of course they would die immediately.

If they are able to escape their kidnappers, which is extremely, extremely rare, it depends on where they are located to see if they will survive or not and how many resources they have available to them.

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Writing: Embarrassing Stories

Whoo! I was finally able to get back into my routine last night! I finished a whole chapter of my third book! Sadly, I’m only ever able to write on weekends… So yeah, not a lot ever gets done during the school year, especially now that I’m taking Latin. (I am dreadful at learning languages, never doubt that.)

Okay, so today I’m gonna switch it up a bit. I’m going to post a one-shot of my third book, currently named A Haunting Melody, to let you into the minds of those characters, despite the fact that you haven’t even met them. I think it’s cute, personally, though I did write it so I’m sure I’m biased. It’s a short attempt at humor, but ha, I’m not funny. So, I hope you like it!

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Why I Write

Today, before moving on to writing my third novel, I’ve decided to tell you the reason why I write. I realize that this is a very cliché thing for writers to do, but I don’t particularly give a damn what other people have done. I have so many different reasons that I actually find it challenging to sum up my feelings without rambling on for pages, so buckle in! It’s gonna be a long one.

I first began writing to escape from the world. From elementary school until even now, I have suffered from anxiety disorders, primarily severe social anxiety disorder. As an introvert to begin with, my anxiety only made life much harder when facing school, classmates, jobs, and social activities. I turned to books as a way to cope. I read all the fantasy romance books I could find, but I was always so upset when the books ended.

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