The Phasing: lycan involved story; I’m open to any fantasy story to help work with
Hi, my names Nat,
I’ve been having a hard time with this new story I just got into and I’ve been looking for feedback.
From a young age, as long as I can remember, I was always day dreaming. I would create stories in my head and place images as if it was a movie. Of course though, that was through my pre school and elementary years. I started getting into reading as a teen and my hobbies ended up dimming the lights, a nice drink, and juicy book in my hands.
I’m not into shows as much anymore, and am an everyday reader.
I’m just looking for nice match to talk to and really get deep into each other’s ideas. Help seaport and give honest feedback, and enjoy the brainstorming moments. Conversations that involve stuff like “is this too long?” “does this sound stupid?” “does this make any sense to you or does it look like I was falling asleep while writing this?”
This is my first time but just like how I would like for people to give me true and honest feedback, I would be willing to do the same for them. I believe it should never be one sided, therefore both sides need the same results.
I’m more into there being one main character. Maybe three but then I don’t feel as into it.
I’ve read books from authors like Sarah J Mass and Holly black. Love them! They really mainly touch fantasy.
I can do science fiction book, although its hard to find any. I’ve read the Gone sears years ago but my god that was hard with all the characters jumping from one to the other. I got up to the second book.
If I had not seen the Twilight movies, then I think I would have liked the books.
Books like: Need, Weregirl, Slide, Dead Girls Don’t Lie, Freek, Unleashed, Mark of the Wolf. Not all have the same genre but most have shifters, mysteries, etc.
I can not read a book if its all just romance. Big no. Every book I read, and will write, have some what a bit of romance. Nothing cliche.
I need action, drama, and even a little mystery.
I’m not into any religious, horror, or hummer books. Just the fantasy world, modern or old age.
This novel is about a 17 year old girl that has it all planned out. She has a career goal, a college choice, a job, a best friend, and a boyfriend. Her father is in a wheelchair but life is good for her and him. Everything changes when she gets attacked one night by something she doesn’t understand. She starts to slowly change, like her emotions, her speed, and shes going through all of it alone. She goes through the phasing into a lycen. She at some point meets this guy and tells her she shouldn’t have survived because she wolves are supper rare to come by and not commen.
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