National November Writing Month.
I keep saying I am going to finish planning soon and then get writing that novel that I have been planning for so long. I saw someone post their one of this today and though why not? I have nothing to lose, if I do not manage it in the month I have still tried and hopefully got a lot written so I can carry on. A leap of faith.
The Scholars’ Orb (The Dreamers #1)
Eiria is beginning her third year at Reavens School of Magic and Survival. This year she will go into the Scholar’s Orb and take the test of power where unknown dangers lurk in the shadows, going to sleep is a danger in itself for her dreams may not be her own and a friend could be found is she looks hard enough. Fending off mysterious creatures, surviving the dangerous terrain and not least, the weather are just a few of the dangers she faces along her journey. Is it all too much or will she pass the test?
What do you think of synopsis of my story? Does it look like a book you would read? Please let me know what you think.
Here’s the link to the site. If you like the sound of this, why not do your own? Already doing it? Please let me know how you get on. I have put the widget on my blog so even if I do not update frequently you can see how I am getting on. I will try and update at least once a week hopefully more, but if I get in the writing zone I am going for it.
Until next time happy reading bookworms.
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