For those of you looking for more info on The Great Journey, please be patient. The person who is going first (Kahea) sort of got in trouble with schoolwork and so...she's doing school work. Can't be helped.
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Psh....I'm literaturely depressed (Pun) I'm almost done with writing Cryptic Allusions (just started ch19, and there are only 23 chapters+ epilogue) I always get sad when I'm close to finishing something. Its like, having to kill your children. When you spend 2 years developing and writing for these characters, you become rather attached. And then, it comes to an end.
I've been trying to think of what I'll do after CA, and I'm stuck. I'd like some opinions on what sounds more interesting to you. Originally I planned to do a novel called Angel Gates after finishing Cryptic Allusions, but now I think I might want to go back and rewrite Benediction of the Beast, which was the novella that I wrote as a sophomore for a project. It had a great plot, but was poorly written and I had to cut alot due to school and time restrictions. I really, really
hate trying to summarize stories but...Angel Gates:
Takes place in Medieval Age. The gates to heaven exist on earth, if you can make it through. God has been asleep for hundreds of years, unknown to the living world, and the angels have been running heaven. And failing at it. Without the power of God, their abilities of inspection are limited, so that many unworthy of heaven make it passed the gates. Asking for forgiveness of suicide just before death, Nicholai does make it into heaven, but comes armed with a vendetta. He will risk hell to achieve his revenge. Heaven is not flawless...Benediction of the Beast:
Modern world. The graveyard is filled with frightening things. Dead things, and big dogs. After being bit by Sable Cur, a monstrous black hound, Lyra is bound to his will. And his orders are clear: kill those who he has damned; men, women, and children included. She transforms at his will to a slavering beast, competing to become a permanent envoy by acting under his command. While part of her indulges this darkness, another part is longing for the light. To control the stirring abyss may very well mean her death, but all goals worth reaching will come with their risks. Truth be told, there is no truth.