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The Wishbone Conspiracy: Flying words, and ONE word that summoned a new world — 5 Comments

  1. *Perks up* Did someone say urban fantasy? From Holly? SOLD!

    I delayed too long to get to your reader survey before it closed, but the one thing that kept chanting through my head every time I thought about it was “Kate Daniels in space”. (The Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews is my number one favourite post-apocalyptic urban fantasy ever.)

    It wasn’t until you asked the question that I realised how similar their style of writing is to yours – complex, intelligent, funny, grim, gritty, action-filled, and full of characters I need more of in my life.

  2. I’ve got that exact same notebook sitting on my desk, though mine isn’t about my fictional world. I suspect if I used the various notebooks I have now, I’d never be able to find all my notes. Instead I have reams of data about my world, the beings in it, (at one time I had a database about my first novel) filed in multiple tubs, boxes, 3-ring binders and magazine holders. No, I don’t know what’s where and I still haven’t revised that first novel which is going to be a major overhaul because I’ve learned more about my world while working on the second one. Does that happen to you, too?

  3. I’ve had that happen exactly once, though it was more of a mental image. (“These pots are sculpted to tell you what’s inside, because nobody can read,” says the subconscious. “Why can’t they read?” “Because HERE HAVE AN ENTIRE SETTING PLUS BACKSTORY PLUS GOAL.” “…okay…”)

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