My Writing

 

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“Look at what you have got yourself tangled up in. What a mess. A brief visit has turned into a obligation to save the whole world. What will you do?” 

This is my biggest and main project, the first in a series of high fantasy. It’s actually the first novel I plan on ever finishing and traditionally publishing. It is also the hardest story to write a brief synopsis for, but I’ve done my best below. I haven’t finished the first draft; much of my work over the last half year or so has been outlining. Basically rewriting my storyline. For the third time. Currently, I am actually rewriting Part 1 and 2 at the same time, according to my new outline. I am now super pumped.

FICTION’S LIE

Ficino is a young writer, minding his own business. But when his characters find out that he’s
ditched a novel he’s been writing about them, they immediately rush to the scene of disaster. Nettled, they reproach their author for abandoning them, causing Ficino to question his sanity as a writer.

This is a complete NaNoWriMo 2016 winner novel, at 50,200 words and 82 pages. Right now, it’s in the editing process, but I see a lot of potential in getting it indie published very soon. My zeal for this story is incessant, and I can’t wait to get it out there.

HENN’S BANE

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When three students of Henn’s Bane, Edmund, Pepin, and Keith, pass the Testing of the Human Limitations, the founder of the Institute, Henn, assigns them the task of commanding space battle ships to destroy his brother’s armies: Henn’s Boon, an organization with one motive to build asylums to ruin the most intelligent inhabitants throughout the galaxy.

This science fiction story originated from a short story prompt I put together for my two younger siblings (also writers) and I. It was based off this very Strange and Wonderful picture that I found randomly on Pinterest and saved onto my Story Prompts board. I found that writing Henn’s Bane was a pleasant break from Netherworld and decided to indie publish it when it was complete. Currently, it is a short story at 20 pages and 10,882 words, but I plan on adding and lengthening a lot for publication.