Announcing My New Project!!

Hello, there!

As some of you may know and some of you may not, I have decided to step back from some of my old projects for a while and start a new one. You can read more about why I chose that decision and what’s going on in this post here.

But anyway, I’m not going into that right now. What I do want to do in this post, is tell you about my new project!

It’s a medieval fantasy novella, about humans and wolves. There you go. The whole story in one little sentence. But here’s some more info:

Title: Frostbite

Genre: YA Medieval Fantasy

Status: First Draft

Words: 33,600

Blurb:

The yearly hunt to track down and kill as many of the Harta wolves in the forest of Molee as possible is about to begin. For years, the Men of Molee have tried to keep back the wolves, always telling each other that they are vicious creatures.

Gonden More, however, a common foot soldier, thinks perhaps they aren’t as bad as everyone as made them out to be. When one of the Harta wolves is injured in the hunt and forgotten in the rush, Gonden sneaks away to the forest each night to help him, and realizes many astonishing things about the Harta wolves that are bound to alter life in the snowy kingdom of Molee forever…

Well, that’s all for this week! I hope you find this new WIP interesting! If you would like me to post a snippet in the coming weeks, please drop a comment below!!

Until later,

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