Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I did a book update. So here it goes:
I’ve got exactly 347 reading behaviors right now, and four very nice reviews. Currently, the book has five stars (which makes me happy to no end).
And that is suuuuuuper exciting. For me, that’s a ton of reads. Usually when I write something, I’ll have my older brother read it, but that’s about it. Partially because I’m a bit shy with my writing, but mostly because I didn’t know how to get my writing out there before. And, I’m still learning in that area, but apparently I’m not doing too bad.
That said, in order to get published I need 1200 reading behaviors. Which is still a long ways away, but a lot closer than I ever imagined it could be. Which means: there is hope!!!!
If you’re new or haven’t heard or if you don’t mind sharing: I wrote a book and the link to my inkitt profile is here
So far, there’s just the one book. I’ve got two other book ideas in the works though. But for now, it’s just Into the Wilderness.
And the synopsis I give out is generally something like:
It’s a story about survival, moon-fearing werewolves, and a school system that’ll eat you alive.
Something like that.
The book is a bit horrifying in some places, I’ll admit that. Notably, the werewolf transformation sequence comes to mind. I don’t generally like when books are like “werewolves don’t change on full moons, score!” or “changing doesn’t hurt the werewolves at all lol” because that kind of defeats the purpose of werewolves. I’ll admit that, in the story world I made, the werewolves’ change doesn’t hurt, but only when it isn’t the full moon. Full moon changes are involuntary and unavoidable and excruciatingly painful for the werewolves.
Also, the vampires don’t burst into flames when they come into contact with the sun, but they don’t sparkle either. The sun just gives them a good sunburn.
And still: they drink blood. Though that has yet to be seen.
So, if any of that interests you, or might interest someone you know, please share it with them. It’s free to read, so they won’t be wasting their money if they end up not liking it.
Thanks everyone for your support. I truly, sincerely, absolutely appreciate it. This has honestly been a wonderful experience, and I’m glad I can share my writing with people who enjoy it just as much as I enjoy doing it.
Thank you! 🙂