That's My Novel And I'm Sticking To It

Several weeks ago, I found myself editing a chapter of my book and yelling at a character. “You idiot!” I yelled. “Don’t do it!” But he did. He always does.

On a less pensive note, MY SERIALIZED NOVEL IS DONE! This is a project I have worked on (on and off) for well over six years, and is released by White Wolf Publishing.

The novel is called STRANGENESS IN THE PROPORTION. It is currently being discussed HERE. It will soon be sold as an ebook (and hopefully a print book as well). Right now you can read all 19 parts of it at the links bellow:

Strangeness in the Proportion, part 1

Strangeness in the Proportion, part 2
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 3
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 4
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 5
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 6
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 7
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 8
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 9
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 10
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 11
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 12
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 13
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 14
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 15
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 16
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 17
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 18
Strangeness in the Proportion, part 19

But What’s the Book About?

Well…

Synopsis #1 (provided by the narrator)
Would you like to hear a story?

This is a good one. And very short.

This is the story and the story goes: Simon meets Janie D. at work. She tells him who hurt her. She smiles. This is love. This is rigor mortis.

The end.

There is a longer story. The devils all lurk in the details.

Synopsis #2
Boy meets girl. Boy looses girl. Boy gets girl back...one piece at a time.

Synopsis #3
An absinthe addicted forensic pathologist (with a ghost tree full of undead ravens living inside his head) must enter a frightening, supernatural world to get his precious Jane Doe back.

Synopsis #4
Necrophiles need love too. They just have to dig down deep for it.

Synopsis #5 (a visual flow chart of the plot)


I’ll leave the book to speak for the rest.

That’s it. Milestone. With the novel done I’m doing things like sleeping again and responding to communications like, “Hey! Hey you! You can’t stand there!”

I also hope to get back to neglected things. Like this blog. Stay tuned.

Comments

scrivnomancer
  • 29 May 15:01

    Thanks, Melissa! Hope you enjoy the book :)

    charismacheck
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  • 29 May 01:10

    Congrats on completion!

    Your synoposes intrigue/midly frighten me. ;)

    I'll have to read through it when I get a chance.

     

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