Another writing week is well under way! Chapter 7 was completed on Tuesday afternoon and I wrote the first half of Chapter 8 today. I find that some days are certainly easier than others and yesterday wasn’t a good day in general for me, for reasons that I won’t go into now. But today was so much easier. Listening to Radio 1 while I write probably isn’t the best way to get work done, but I just can’t work in silence and sometimes epic soundtracks don’t inspire me, but maybe tomorrow I’ll try something new and smash even more words onto the screen.
Thank you to everyone who has read Littlewolf so far and thank you to those who have shared posts about this book on social media. To know that others are supporting this project means an awful lot to me. So, thank you and thank you again.
For those that have read Littlewolf, even a little, knows that magic is a big part of her world. The entire realm in which she lives was created by magic and of course she knows that the beasts she lives with aren’t natural.
Fairies, griffins, gnomes and fairies are all a part of her everyday life. Her father’s best friend is a griffin and her best friend is a gnome who is always covered in flowers. Magic used to keep them all safe from harm until the humans ripped that safety from them and forced them into a never-ending war.
Littlewolf always knew she was different, but it isn’t until she visits a very special wolf on top of the Wakan mountain, that she realises just how different she is. She is told that someone will teach her how to harness her magic, so that she may save her family and friends.
Nothing, not even her skill with a bow and arrow, will be as crucial as mastering the wild and unpredictable magical power that courses through her veins.
Littlewolf and The Broken Veil Chapters 1-3 are available to read here:
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