Well, I have finally started the writing process of Through the Flames, seeing as how I finally finished up that fanfiction I had been working on.
Now, I'm not insulting fanfiction or anything- it's great for some people- but I hope to never do anything of the story ever again. Working within the constraints of another person's world isn't that fun in my opinion. It's far more fun to sit down and do the world building process. After all, once you finish creating a fantasy world, it's so easy to get lost in that world.
But anyways, I've discovered that writing a description/summary for a book is incredibly frustrating. Well, it is when it's the first book in a series, at least.
You're stuck knowing that you need to explain what it is without making it sound too simplistic, but being too detailed gives away certain elements of the story as well. I can now see why many authors try to keep the summaries for their books brief and vague.
Well anyways, I guess I get to see how long my plan of writing a chapter a day lasts.
Thanks for reading.