I have published my first ever story that I have written.
Before I decide whether to attempt more I would love some advice on how to improve my writing. Constructive criticism will be most welcome. Don't mention the title, I know that one is atrocious.
http://rosemay50.hubpages.com/hub/Horse … ging-Wives
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