A novel that I will work on later
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Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
Thanks a bunches.

The novel about Kenorland was pointless and a little stupid. I've decided to not do that one. I am still working on the 59 short stories and redoing story one. So don't you worry. I've made another novel that I am going to work on after I am done with the 59 short stories. Hopefully I stick to this one novel idea but knowing me I will get ANOTHER idea that will make me forget about this one. About this novel, there lacks an actual plot but I hope you understand what is going on.

Anyway here I go:

Title:
The Chronicles of Zaepathia: Tale of Nine Crowns

Setting:
Axeasleka

POV:
Third Person

Premise:
The story revolves nine teenagers who are thrown into a world of war, politics, religion, crime, status, fame, money, and corruption while trying to change the events around them.

Plot:
On the planet of Zaepathia, there are nine teenagers who succumb to a harsh reality as they try to change their world. They will enter a world of corruption, greed, crime, fame, status, money, war, politics, and religion as they try to change the sudden events around them. Can they do it?

Main Characters:
Avangelina Seraphina Maiandra Crestwood: Crown Princess of Naegigalla. She is looking for her older brother who disappeared and left the family. She wants him back in the family and take the crown for her father is dying.

Christopher Adam Samuel Gloryslayer: Crown Prince of Thulaiborg. He wants to become a grand-knight and serve the Grand-Emperor but his mother doesn't want him to serve in the military.

Ethelinda Parthena Velorina Ravenswood: Princess of Kaitopia. She left her royal life behind to help the commoners in her country. Her father is a heartless man whose reign will destroy the nation.

Donovan Julius Nathaniel Aisenford: Prince of Chivoris. He lost his father and his mother banished him to Axeasleka in hopes of turning him into a proper prince.

Bathsheba Cristiana Katlina Dragongazer: Crown Princess of Auslulisea. Soon she will be ruling the nation but she wants to pursue her dream of being a singer and want to give the throne to her younger brother.

Jaxson Brayln Francole Riverstone: Crown Prince of Ehuxista. He wants to end the civil war in his country.

Rosamelia Ciralura Xauria Prarvis Princess of Lurian. She wants to avenge her parents death by finding the man who stole their lives. She'll become the new ruler to do it if she has to.

Matthias Balthazar Althalos Durchville: Prince of Mezraiburg. He must stop a neighboring nation from trying to take over his country. So he joins the military and pilots a mech called Hummingbird.

Asteorelia Oraria Cherinelle Fallensong: Crown Princess of Xaicineia. She wants to go on adventures just like her father but her mother wants her to get married and settle down. She'll leave home and set out to see the world.

Ask me any questions you want and I shall do my very best to answer them.

Enjoy!!!!
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Later?

Why not work on it now?

Story and plot aside.

Have confidence in your work, instead of throwing out vague ideas of what you want, start to understand what you want.

If I ask you a question about this story/ idea; what will you take from it?

To be honest, what questions can i really ask without me questioning the story?

I might have an opinion, but I also see things through my own eyes. I want you to make me see things through yours, just as I would want others to experience.

The only question I can ask. Why aren't you writing it?

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Humms wrote:

Later?

Why not work on it now?

Story and plot aside.

Have confidence in your work, instead of throwing out vague ideas of what you want, start to understand what you want.

If I ask you a question about this story/ idea; what will you take from it?

To be honest, what questions can i really ask without me questioning the story?

I might have an opinion, but I also see things through my own eyes. I want you to make me see things through yours, just as I would want others to experience.

The only question I can ask. Why aren't you writing it?



Because I want to focus on the 59 Short Stories that I am working on.
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You seem really fixated on this whole, "Corruption, fame, money, politics, war, status, religion, cheeseburgers, microchips, BIG THINGS, etc." concept.

Why?

Not every story has to be about those things. Stories that are about those things aren't necessarily better. I don't have any of that in most of my stories... a bit of politics here and there, maybe, but not much.

And the stories with those things that are good, aren't good because of those things. They're good because of the human drama between the named characters not entire countries or religions.

Try writing something small-scale. You can still set it among royals in a palace, if that's your thing, but it doesn't have to be about politics. After all, Hamlet isn't really about politics. It's about him, his mother, his father, his uncle, etc. They just happen to be royals, and they're not neglecting their duties just because the play isn't about politics. Except in the end when they all die. But that's beside the point.

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LavenderMintRose wrote:

You seem really fixated on this whole, "Corruption, fame, money, politics, war, status, religion, cheeseburgers, microchips, BIG THINGS, etc." concept.

Why?

Not every story has to be about those things. Stories that are about those things aren't necessarily better. I don't have any of that in most of my stories... a bit of politics here and there, maybe, but not much.

And the stories with those things that are good, aren't good because of those things. They're good because of the human drama between the named characters not entire countries or religions.

Try writing something small-scale. You can still set it among royals in a palace, if that's your thing, but it doesn't have to be about politics. After all, Hamlet isn't really about politics. It's about him, his mother, his father, his uncle, etc. They just happen to be royals, and they're not neglecting their duties just because the play isn't about politics. Except in the end when they all die. But that's beside the point.




I don't know why. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO ANYMORE!
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