Finished

That’s right. This morning I finished the first draft of my next book. I’m still going through and polishing a bit of the dialogue here and there, but for all intents and purposes, this baby’s done. What does that mean? It means I need your help, faithful readers! If you’d like to read it in the next few weeks and are willing to give more specific feedback than “it was good,” then I’d love to email it to you. Just post a comment or send me an email. If now’s a bad time for you, no worries. After the first round of readings, I’ll assess what changes need to be made, then ask for more readers once those changes are done, so there’ll still be another round.

What’s it about? Think of it like this: what if a classical save the world type fantasy happened in the modern day, and the Chosen One turned out to be a snarky sixteen year old boy? It’s your typical boy and girl fall in love battling zombies YA fantasy. If it were adapted into a movie, it would probably border between PG and PG13 rating, if that makes any difference to you. So be warned. πŸ™‚ And please do volunteer to read.

3 Comments

  • By bgchristensen, September 15, 2008 @ 4:48 am

    Hey, so I’m just catching up on my Google Reader from the last month and I totally want to read this book! Is it too late?

  • By brycemoore, September 15, 2008 @ 10:35 am

    You’re too late. You from the past already went back in time and read the book for you. If it’s any consolation, you in the past gave really good comments. It’s strange: usually in time traveling stories, the people send people from the future back to the past, instead of just keeping everything in the past. Then again, I suppose you might read this now and realize that you haven’t yet actually read the book, so then you in the future creates a time machine and goes back into the past so that you can read and comment on the story back then, when you did, instead of now, when you didn’t. If this isn’t confusing enough to you, then . . . I don’t know what would be. πŸ™‚

  • By bgchristensen, September 15, 2008 @ 1:41 pm

    Nope, not confusing at all. I’m totally following you.

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