Wrote another chapter on Pages

Over the past couple of days, I have been revising some of Chapter 1 in The Child Who Came from the Bin. Since then, I have also been thinking about the structure of the story, and how I would like it to flow. More importantly, I have been pondering the response of potential readers: would they enjoy reading it? As my mind wandered, I began to appreciate the cleverness of Charles Dickens and the serialisation of his tales. It is all rather like a soap opera – keep the incidents coming so that the reader dares not miss an episode.

Anyway, I hope that you will enjoy reading Chapter 2. The flower depicted below features in this instalment. Here is the link:

https://bownessbedandbreakfast.wordpress.com/6137-2/the-child-who-came-from-the-bin-chapter-2/

Mimosa pudica is commonly known as the touch-me-not plant. ("Whole plant Mimosa pudica" by Okkisafire - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Whole_plant_Mimosa_pudica.jpg#/media/File:Whole_plant_Mimosa_pudica.jpg)

Mimosa pudica is commonly known as the touch-me-not plant. (“Whole plant Mimosa pudica” by Okkisafire – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Commons – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Whole_plant_Mimosa_pudica.jpg#/media/File:Whole_plant_Mimosa_pudica.jpg)

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