I finally finished something else for my book! Writing, as it turns out, is really difficult when you have so many other things you like to do, like watch Supernatural or read Homestuck. However, I have finally written something else! Hooray! What I've written is the first of many paintball matches that the team plays. I'm not really familiar with paintball (having only ever played it once) and so I don't really know if what I've written is actually something that would make sense. However, I th
So back in May I made an entry about the second book I have thought of writing. Well, that has just kind of sat in my brain for a bit, until recently. A few days ago I checked out the anime Monster Musume and found it was pretty good. It's funny and entertaining. It's also an ecchi anime. I also started reading the manga, which is basically the same as the anime. To sum it up, basically it's the same as real life except there are species of half human creatures (like centaurs and lamias) exist
These are the notes that I have on my iPod that I've been taking since the start of this whole process. They are all of whatever I've come up with (that isn't actual writing). As you can probably tell, these are all very convoluted and some are much older (such as the fact that Alex is called Unnamed Female). So, that's that. Enjoy.
Also, the ; things are the dividers.
Ideas: Boat chase scene with Teresa being knocked out; 1133 appearing somewhere; Order 66 appearing somewhere; Felix mak
So all I've done since the last entry is what I made five minutes ago:
Felix said, “No ma’m, I ate a chameleon and fell through the skylight.”
It's a stupid reference to Gravity Falls that I thought of. If I get around to writing another entry I'll post my even more jumbled notes.
So I have had a few ideas for other books, but one developed farther than the rest. The idea is that a group of kids is accidentally transformed into mythological creatures (so far I've got dragon, pegasus, unicorn, gryphon, and elf). My plan is for this series to run along Unmirrored and the two eventually converge and there is one big thing at the end. I decided to link them through two ways: One, a genetics company where the kids are transformed. Two, one of the characters in the second serie
I wrote some more. Not much else to say. Writing is really, really hard.
“Whoa there Nelly, slow down,” Alex said. “I’ll answer your first few. According to Felix, this is supposedly an alternate world, what he says is the other side of a mirror. It’s supposed to be a better world where everyone is always happy, but as you saw, it’s not a very good world. The mirror, he says, is the connection between the two, and acts as a sort of portal. That’s all I really understand. You’d have to ask hi
So I wrote down a little humor bit and though I'd might as well share it since I haven't added an entry in a while.
This goes under the heading of Humor bits my parents would probably disapprove of (also, they're getting ready to play paintball):
As Alex, Teresa, and Jade were getting their equipment set, Alex started telling a story. “One time when we were playing, Felix jumped down from a platform yelling Scotland and shot me in the ass.” said Alex, grinning wickedly. Teresa looked app
So, I need help. I have everything for my book except a beginning. I want some help with ideas. I want Teresa to have to wait a while before going into the mirror. I want her to just experience her life normally, but with odd visions of the mirror cropping up randomly. I'm not sure what should drive Teresa to touch the mirror, though I'm thinking a bad storm. If anyone would like to help, comment some ideas or suggestions. Thanks in advance!
So this entry will be very long because It showcases every single little bit I've written. It's not a large amount, but still a considerable amount. What I need help on is a beginning. I'm not sure how to write Teresa. I'll give some more details on what I'd like in my beginning and what I want help on in the next entry. Anyway, now for the book pieces.
Bits and Pieces:
Teresa Loch sat at her desk, poking around at the inside of an old radio. After a
So, last time I just went over the characters quickly, just saying their name and age. This time I'm putting in my notes on each character.
Teresa Loch, Age 14, Has Complete Heterochromia Iridum; Blue left eye, Green right eye; Long, milk chocolate brown hair (normally ponytailed), 5 foot 5, Slightly skinny, Athletic, Ambiverted, American, Single
Alexis Winn, Age 16, Hazel eyes, Longish, reddish brown hair, 5 foot 6, Average Weight, Extroverted, Cocky, American, Has a girlfriend
So, I'm going to be more detailed on what exactly happens in my book. So yeah, Teresa finds a mirror in her basement. It's a few weeks before she touches it and is pulled through, probably because of a storm driving her to the basement. Now for the alternate world. It is a world where everyone is always happy. No one can feel any other emotion. Obviously it sounds great, but it's the exact same as our world. If everyone was happy in our world, it'd be weird, creepy, and bad. Teresa learns this q
Hello peoples of the internet! This is my introduction to the blog about my book (Unmirrored). It is a story about a teenage girl named Teresa that finds a mysterious mirror in her basement. One day, she's inspecting the mirror when she touches it, and is pulled into an alternate world. There she makes friends, go's on adventures, and makes attempts to find the mirror and return home. So far, I have a small part of the beginning, a little bit of right after she goes into the mirror, and some oth