Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop where authors post 8-10 sentences from their current, newly released, or upcoming work in progress. I’m still posting the first chapter of Storm of the Gods, the first book in my new and upcoming urban fantasy series. Last week, there was some confusion between the characters about what they were looking for. As the storm-scion argues with his companion, currently held in place by our main hero, Derek, one thing becomes abundantly clear…
“I thought you said they had it with them,” he shouted.
“I did,” the woman yelled back. “My vision wasn’t wrong.”
Vision… So she was a Seer. No wonder she’d been able to fight me so long. But Seers were supposed to have extremely accurate foresight into daily events when they focused, as she must have. I carried a huge magical presence with me. There was no way she wouldn’t have Seen that we’d be here.
What the hell had they been looking for?
What indeed? More will be on the way in the coming weeks.
Is anyone else ready for NaNoWriMo? I think I finally am, and not exactly for the reason I want to be. Long story short, I’d intended to write the Storm of the Gods sequel for NanoWrMo, after I’d finished my YA Fantasy. But since my mind is a chaotic thing and I always end up lying when I say “I’m doing rewriting,” I ended up coming up with a new magic system that is super cool, will massively raise the stakes, and has given me the backbone for the entire series. I’m in love with this new magic system, but it means I have to change details about the world, roles of certain characters, and plan a lot more. So I’m focusing on minor tweaks for until I send Storm of the Gods to my editor in October, and then I’ll likely be sane enough to enter that YA Fantasy world again. I get that this happens to all writers, but holy hell is it ever frustrating!!
Anyone else gearing up for NaNoWriMo?
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