Thread: Fantasy novel
Sleep's main goal is to allow all-comers to heaven. Unlike most modern religions, only certain people and things are allowed in heaven. Yet, in Arvenaithe everyone and everything is welcome.
The Lord of Shamin Rool as he is called, likes to go hunting in the happy hunting grounds and never stays long on the astral plain for fear of the soul devouring ghosts of the Liches known as Thought Eaters ( a fate worse than death or permenent insanity).
The Dwimirlord Univerself Norself has many exciting adventures that don't always end up as good as you would think. Sleep has died so many times he has become undead or essentially immortal. He uses magic and potions from his vast clerical knowledge and resources to maintain his youth and stamina which are diminished every time one loses their life.
The Caliph of Arvenaithe is a Ranger, like strider in the lord of the rings. He is also proficient and has studied theiving, Bardship, Wizardry and is highly trained in all those capacities.
I think a book about my Sylvan Elf would be fun. I've tried writing before but I usually get about 10 or 20 pages done before I give up. Perhaps I need some more guidence in the feild.
Sleep the Dreamer Lord of Shamin Rool Dwimirlord Univerself Norself Caliph of Arvenaithe the Black lord of Wales John Greystoke Nickywicked...
Unless you have written before and been published, critiqued by those of a publishing house or an editor, I would suggest you start very small.
Perhaps you could pick one character that you are fond of, and keeping a journal of sorts, daily write a little about his unique characteristics.
When you have several indepth descriptions, I would suggest you go through them and slash them down to the bare bones. Develop those traits alone in tiny stories, perhaps fiv e hundred words or less until you truly have a feel for your character.
Then why don't you try a mini story with a good thought out plot, perhaps one thousand to two thousand words and see if you can remain on topic and finish what you have started. It is no small thing to write a large piece of work, so starting small and working through can be a big help.
I wish you every success in the world. And remember there is really nothing new under the sun, so h ow you write, your special way of saying things will help you to be noticed out of the crowd of writers out there.