Why Polly? Chapter 1 – Meet the Princess

UPDATE: Why Polly? was previously available in its entirety here. It is currently being updated, improved, and serialized on Amazon. Thank you to all who enjoyed and commented on it the first time I posted it. If you are enjoying the new version, pass on the love and don’t forget to check out the new chapters as they appear!

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20 responses to “Why Polly? Chapter 1 – Meet the Princess

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  7. I think the opening of this is great, about her saying long nose and light feet. Great characterisation and it grabs cause it’s such a stark remark and it’s interesting. I’m writing a novella currently, and should be posting another that I’ve already written. Nice stuff

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