So since I’ve changed some of the premise of my story, I’ve decided to drop the Alignment: Division title.
I won NaNo this year. 50,200 and some change. I’ve trashed my previous story about Brighton and re-crafted the title a bit. Alignment: Division
An artifact shop owner’s son is given a mysterious bracer that could be key in a world-breaking battle, but when he and his sister end up choosing opposite sides, can they reconcile before it’s too late?
I’ll post more later. For now, I am feeling pretty awesome to have finished.
I’ve been doing some reading online about fantasy tropes and cliches. I’ve noticed that there seems to be some standard “rules” to follow if you find yourself the main character in a fantasy story:
1. You instinctively know who the Good Guys are and who the Bad Guys are.
So I’m trying to do some world building on my new story. I’m working on the “international trade” part currently. I have developed a list of items that can be considered “exports”. Here’s where y’all come in: Look over the list and tell me what I might be missing. The world has dwarves in the mountains, elves in the forests, nomadic trolls living in a desert, and human kingdoms wrapped around a large sea, open to the ocean on one end. Let me know what you think. Continue reading World Building: Trading
So I’ve been busy pinning stuff to Pinterest as inspiration for the new book. Check it out!
Three boards that apply to the new book: Alignments, Brighton’s Abandoned Garden, and Lord Guardian Thraeldar’s Bracer. Enjoy! If you see anything that might fit, share it with me.
Felt like posting a quick excerpt from my new story. This is actually the end of Chapter 1. Hope you enjoy it!
I mentioned prior to NaNo that I would post my dwarf story. Of the new world building stories, I think this one might have a good chance at being my favorite. Definitely a challenge to Elfling, in any respect.
I hope both my readers like it. Continue reading Not Every Girl’s Dream