I’ve started querying my historical fantasy novel, which I’ll refer to as WTZD until I can give out more details. I wasn’t sure if I was going to blog about this, as publishers like to be tight-lipped about their in-development projects, and it dates my efforts to any agent looking at this site. BUT that’s why I started this blog, to track my progress as a writer. So what does that mean? Unfortunately I can’t say much, yet. Just that the novel is done, loved by my inner circle of critics, and ready to be shown to literary agents. I am, as of this post, unrepresented. That will soon change .
What I can share, is this image below, which I found while doing research for my queries. It sums up, quite nicely, my goal with WTZD. To enthrall and feed imaginations.
Wish me luck.
Beautiful picture, except the FU. As a YA author myself, I believe that our kids need role models. Not real life reminders. http://www.annrichduncan.com
Personally, I think the expletive adds gravity to the picture. Without it, it’s just a brick wall.
That being said, I think this picture is for adults. Kids don’t need to be told *why* they should like something, they just need to be presented with something worthy of their attention. That, as writers, is our job.
Thanks for reading, Ann!
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