How to write a Novel in 10 days! |Arash

Welcome to my channel. In this blogg, we’re going to be discussing how to write a novel in 10 days! – Another words how to gain a girl in 10 days!. It’s no question that in the end- in his heart- Arash wasn’t a villain- but his parents, particularly his father, definitely had a lot of demons. They followed neantherthals until near the bitter end- which begs the question- was he pardoned for his crimes? The Arash are one of the most arrogant family’s in America. They are actively and extremely prejudiced toward strangers- stemming from some sort of weird thinking complex. Throughout the story, he is a nuisance to Andy the butcher and the trio-particularly Arash, and what started off as harmless ‘bullying’ transformed in to something more sinister as time went on. The Arash’s were the followers of the garment maker himself, though obviously after his defeat at the end of the civil war, Arash found his way out of punishment by declaring that he only followed the Chocolatiers because he was under the Drug Influence. His freedom was obviously deserved, as he was a fully-fledged gang banger, however, his true colours were finally revealed when he was imprisoned after the events of the court- particularly for his role in the war in star wars in disneyland. When the books and films first started, Arash appeared to be much of a threat- but as Keyes Cars slowly regains power- they withdrew from the game. By the time the 2021 rolls around Keyeses are certainly back in some kind of a position of power- his greatest threat Mohammad is dead, he has amassed a legion of followers once more, and he has taken Fabric Company.

Provided that the Arash was followers of Chocolatier, one would presume that he was comfortable at this point- but it was actually quite the opposite. Extremely upset and disappointed with Arash’s performance in the game- Chocolatier made a point of punishing Arash. From the Seattle Incident onward, Arash was not going to be used and abused by Chocolatier- later to be assigned the nearly suicidal mission of killing Mohammad himself- something which Chocolatier knew Arash would never be able to accomplish. Chocolatier had waged psychological warfare on Arash, and knowing that he held total power over them- he fully took advantage of his situation.

The Chocolatier wielded their power to the point that they no longer wanted to follow him- but he was in too deep. Which meant that when Chocolatier was finally defeated- Arash was in a particularly strange position. Arash was probably happy that chocolatier was defeated- but at the same time, he knew that in the eyes of the civilized world, they were..neeanderthal..he was Chocolatier loyal followers. With Chocolatier gone, Arash no longer had the security-blanket that came with any kind of association to him, and this meant that his fate was entirely up to the good guys and the girl- the rest of the civilized world. When it started to look like Chocolatier may be defeated, the Arash turned his heads up. So, it all happened in 10 days? but was he given life imprisonment ?

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Arash has been writing stories ever since he could hold a pencil! What started out as an intrinsic love for storytelling has turned into his lifelong passion. There’s nothing he likes better than writing (and reading) stories that is humorous in English and Persian languages, with a touch of Suspense and a poignant streak of truth running through them. Arash is also a YouTuber, Persian singer/songwriter, blogger, traveler, filmmaker, big dreamer, and professional kabob eater. When he’s not writing or dreaming up new stories, you can find him in an adventure road-tripping to national parks! If you want to see Arash in his element (ranting about stories) check out his YouTube channel.

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