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Part 11 started out is a little over 4800 words and then I did corrections through Grammarly. The word count dropped to near 4700. Lesson: I’m a bit wordy. Although I ignored several passive sentence structures so sue me.
- Characters 25,463
- Words 4,705
- Sentences 366
- Reading time 18 min 49 sec
- Speaking time 36 min 11 sec
Metrics compared to other Grammarly users
- Word length 4.2
- Sentence length 12.9
- Readability score 79
Your text is likely to be understood by a reader who has at least a 7th-grade education (age 12) and should be easy for most adults to read.
And I need a new title. Desperately. Help, please… comment below
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His African Sweetheart
By Sylvia Hubbard
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12 thoughts on “His African Sweetheart – Part 11”
WOW!!!The secrets are revealing themselves. This chapter had me on the edge of my seat.
OMG. Patiently waiting for the next chapter. On edge!!!
Can’t wait to see what Aedan has planned for Enola. I pray Enola can remain strong enough to not let Aedan in on the fact that they have a daughter. By what Redd said Aedan is suspicious of Angel”s birth. Wonder what he really suspects????
Wow Aeden is thinking she is a twin so is there a possibility that Enola had twins so that is why she not fighting so hard for Angel….why she can provide milk, just overall not dui g what he perceives a mother would do who really love their child…..hmmm They need to really watch Nahji she feeling some kind of way from way back……
I’m loving the feedback. Honestly, this was a hard chapter to write. I struggled with the character’s growth. I’m conflicted constantly with Aeden because he’s very difficult to hear. I hope I’m doing justice and we’re going down the road to closing this story up, so thank you for hanging on to the ride.
Damn you are the queen of plots. That last one was a doozy, didn’t see that coming. Redd??? That new chick he is with is too damn ditzy for me or good at pretending. I can’t take it. Can’t wait for the next update.
awww, thanks K. You know i just gotta look left while everyone else looks right. This is becoming a really fun book
I can tell. You got me questioning myself, in a good way of course. 😆 Girl, but Godmother??? GODMOTHER? Is this chick really that ditzy or is she faking? I know you can’t answer that but… 👀 👀 👀
Shadow has plans for her… that’s all I can say
SHHHHHhhhh…. And we’d have to go to the Wood Brother Series, which hasn’t been published at all yet. But one of the books and the series synopsis can be found in Work In Progress sylviahubbard.com/wip