I have finished the fifth chapter of my fantasy book and i am thrilled about this particular chapter. The reason for this is because it is the first one to depict the point of view of the main villain of the story and his family. Here, the readers will get an idea of the political field of my fantasy world as well as what kind of person the villain is. For this chapter, I will be drawing inspiration from Richard III’s supposed role in the disappearance of his nephews in the Tower of London. I never thought I would write a story that involves treachery, but I must say that it is growing on me. In real life medieval Europe, treachery was the factor that decided the rise or fall of entire factions such as when House Stanley won Henry Tudor the English crown by betraying Richard III.


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