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Introducing My New Novel: Trinian, An Epic Fantasy

I’m so excited to introduce you all to my NEXT BOOK

When I was thirteen years old, I read the Lord of the Rings and was disappointed by the lack of female characters in it. So, I decided to write my own epic fantasy that would be sprinkled with plenty of women characters who fall in love, go on adventures, and save the world. Typical thirteen-year-old girl stuff. I wanted to read the story, so I decided to write it.

It was a tale of a kingdom with a new king, a vague enemy threatening the safety of a world, and several romantic couplings playing out against the backdrop.

At the beginning, it was a straightforward story with many plot holes and inconsistencies.

Since then, I have grown. I have found more reasons to tell the story, expanding beyond the superficial need only for more femininity. The story has come out of me, grown with me, and reached beyond me. The protagonists have grown more complex and wonderful over time, and it has taken a full ten years before I finally discovered the wider context of the fictional world living inside my head.

It has truly been a fantastic journey to discover the intricacies of this story over the years, and I can’t wait to share it with all of you!

I just wrote the climax, and for the first time, I feel like I’m really almost done with it! I’m so excited to finally finish this story!

4 thoughts on “Introducing My New Novel: Trinian, An Epic Fantasy

    1. I have not! My brother lent me the book on his Kindle, and I want to read it, but I have a really hard time reading on Kindles, so it’s been hard to motivate myself to do it. I should probably just look it up at the library, then I would have a physical book in my hand. 😁

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      1. I prefer a physical book too. I have the entire series and would gladly lend them to you, but I think you are too far away for that to be practical. The first book is called The Eye of the World. Let me know what you think. 🙂

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