Wednesday Writing — Winter’s Nightmare or Why It Took 10 Years

Teagan's Books

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Vintage ghosts several

Welcome to my nightmare… I mean sanctuary!  Today I invite you in, for some nightmarish thoughts. That sounds like a contradiction (sanctuary and nightmare), but after all, it’s October and Halloween is near.  My nightmare worked out.  Eventually.  Or maybe I should stretch that out, e-v-v-v-e-n-t-u-u-u-a-a-l-l-y.  Because it took a long time.

Winter’s Nightmare or Why It Took Ten Years

It was spring, 2011 when the nightmare came.  After work-hours and every weekend, for over two years, I had worked on an epic fantasy novel.  The book was Dead of Winter.  The heroine was a young girl who sees and communicates with ghosts.  She alone received a supernatural warning.  Unfortunately, in her strictly controlled, closed-minded world, sharing that warning meant trouble for her. 

When you came in the air went out…

I had been building the novel, filled with characters, countries, and cultures…

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