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I’m taking part in a pitch-ilicious blog hop contest by posting a 3-line pitch for my novel. Comments are welcome!
Eighteen-year old Keira Wilde is determined to make her own plans for her future, thank you very much. She wants to be a photographer; not go to Oxford, like her parents want, or be a hero, like her aunt wants. But Keira’s plans go flying out of the window when she is attacked on the streets of London and her fury sends ripples through the Akasha, setting a war in motion.
Update: Thanks everyone for your comments! Here is my next attempt. (PS, this is a YA urban fantasy novel.)
Eighteen-year old Keira Wilde is determined to make her own plans for her future, thank you very much, despite her parents’ demands. But Keira’s plans go flying out of the window when she is attacked on the streets of London and her fury sends ripples through the Akasha, setting a war in motion. After her mentor is killed in battle, guilt and a raging need for revenge drive Keira to join the enigmatic Marco Santana and his crew of survivors to find the source of all knowledge and prevent the fabric of time from unraveling.
Happy birthday little blog! Today, one year ago, we started on this journey. Thanks for helping me discover a whole new world and meet so many interesting people.
Here’s to the next year together,
Hallo little blog. I’ve missed you this month. I’m sorry I haven’t visited, it has been a bit hectic over here.
No matter, November is nearing its end, so the Christmas shopping, visiting and nano-ing is just about done.
I’ve thought about you a lot during all of it … wondering if I am doing you justice … which I wasn’t. I’ve decided to, from now on, spend quality time with you, instead of quantity time. I’ve also decided to write more and talk less and to write what I feel and not what I feel I should.
From now on, when I visit you, we’ll make magic … together.