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  1. Raccoon

Generally, you ought to be entirely protected from raccoons as long as you don’t incite them. Yet, the diseases they spread that can hurt you. They are known to convey diseases like rabies and parasites which can end up being quite inconvenient to your wellbeing. Next time that you see a raccoon scavenging through your junk, make a point to stay away and ending your own business.

  1. Kangaroo

These cool-looking animals may look gentle however they can sneak up all of a sudden. They have been known to assault dogs every now and then and this prompts quarrels among them and the dog owners. With their long hooks and amazing legs, a kangaroo isn’t a creature to play with. Keep your dog on a chain and stay away when you see one no matter how upset your dog gets.

  1. Chimpanzee

In spite of the fact that they appear serene animals, chimps are known to be exceptionally forceful. That may not be amazing when you consider the amount DNA we share with them. Humans appear to be in steady clash with one another, and like us, chimps are known to hurt individuals from their own species just as individuals from others. Do whatever it takes not to get excessively close or they might bite you or scratch the hell out of you.

 

  1. Mute Swan

These elegant birds aren’t as sweet as they look. Mute swans are territorial, particularly around their homes. In the event that you wind up between a swan and its home, don’t be shocked in case you’re assaulted. Individuals have been hospitalized after a swan assault so don’t mess with this warning, and be cautious and leave their nests alone.

“And when her lips met mine, I knew that I could live to be a hundred and visit every country in the world, but nothing would ever compare to that single moment when I first kissed the girl of my dreams and knew that my love would last forever.”
― Nicholas Sparks, Dear John

“Isn’t it funny how the memories you cherish before a breakup can become your worst enemies afterwards? The thoughts you loved to think about, the memories you wanted to hold up to the light and view from every angle–it suddenly seems a lot safer to lock them in a box, far from the light of day and throw away the key. It’s not an act of bitterness. It’s an act if self-preservation. It’s not always a bad idea to stay behind the window and look out at life instead, is it?”
― Allyson Braithwaite Condie, First Day

“I will tell you what I will do and what I will not do. I will not serve that in which I no longer believe, whether it calls itself my home, my fatherland, or my church: and I will try to express myself in some mode of life or art as freely as I can and as wholly as I can, using for my defense the only arms I allow myself to use — silence, exile, and cunning.”
― James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man


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    Which of these genres are you going to incorporate in your book?

    • Horror
    • Fantasy
    • Science fiction
    • Mystery
  • Question of

    Will the ending be ambiguous or straightforward?

    • It will be a mix of both.
    • Straightforward
    • I’ll write two different endings.
    • Ambiguous
  • Question of

    What type of enemy will the main character face?

    • Someone who is very jealous
    • The main character won’t have any enemies.
    • Someone who is more intelligent
    • Someone who is more beautiful
  • Question of

    Will your main characters spend more time together or apart?

    • They will grow apart over time.
    • Together
    • A bit of both
    • Apart
  • Question of

    How many characters will there be?

    • Just one or two
    • Three or four
    • Five or six
    • Too many to count
  • Question of

    Pick an era for your romance novel.

    • Present-day
    • ’20s
    • ’50s
    • ’80s
  • Question of

    Will your book be more of a comedy or a tragedy?

    • Tragedy
    • Comedy
    • I’m not sure yet.
    • Both
  • Question of

    Which of these will give you inspiration?

    • ‘Pride and Prejudice’
    • ‘The Notebook’
    • ‘Wuthering Heights’
    • ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
  • Question of

    What will you focus on the most when writing this book?

    • Imagery
    • Pacing
    • Exposition
    • Language
  • Question of

    How long will this particular book be?

    • Under 10,000 words
    • Between 30,000 and 50,000 words
    • Between 10,000 and 30,000 words
    • Over 50,000 words
  • Question of

    Will it be love at first sight for the main character(s)?

    • Nope
    • Of course
    • Yes, but not in the traditional way
    • I haven’t decided yet.
  • Question of

    Which of these romantic cities will serve as the setting for your romance novel?

    • Paris
    • Barcelona
    • San Francisco
    • Venice, Italy
  • Question of

    What is the main character like?

    • They are sad and lost.
    • They are happy and energetic.
    • They are wise and friendly.
    • They are mysterious and interesting.
  • Question of

    Is your main character looking for love in this book?

    • No, they aren’t.
    • Yes, they are.
    • Yes, but they aren’t desperate.
    • I’m not sure yet.
  • Question of

    Would you describe your main character as the hero or the villain?

    • Villain
    • Maybe a bit of both.
    • Hero
    • I haven’t decided yet.

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