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Joshua Scheele


Yes! Tolkien opened my eyes to a whole new world. Oh wow!! That does sound like quite an undertaking…. Are you planning on a particular number of books in your series? Do you plan on publishing it?

Yeah, it is but I can’t imagine a more exciting goal. So far I am guessing the first two series will be as long as the ranger’s apprentice that is 16 novels long……… that’s not including the side novels. XD Lol

Yessss! Lord willing I hope to publish it!

I love the plotline of your story; that sounds so cool! If you ever publish, I would be interested in reading it 🙂 Impending death to swallow them all….**gulp** You have me hooked now

XD Lol Thanks! The scene I dream of writing one day, is when the princess of the purest white and blue armor and her mighty companions stand before the legions of darkness at the head of an ocean of bright fluttering banners and the myriad of glinting armor and weapons both on land and sky. It will be a battle of the land and sky that will go into the annuals history as the day, all good creatures and peoples united to follow a small young princess (my version of Joan of Arc) to victory. Her crown is the coolest design I could ever imagine and hope to it make it the most significant piece of her attire.

I throw them in prison and let them deal with it! XD Or in the case of my latest unruly character, Payton, since he never follows what I want, I just let him wander into trouble and take what he gets.

Lol yeah I sometimes feel guilty for my characters’ suffering as they do suffer for misbehaving but can be agonizing than I would wish on a real person for when they stand for what is right no matter the cost. However, it is often the truth for those who walk path of righteousness that is narrow and full of peril.

Yeah, writing takes preference! 😉 The one thing I can’t draw is people so I can’t draw my characters unfortunately. It’s great that your sister can draw out your characters though! What kind of creatures do you have?

So far for races, I have humans, elves (who are split into several subgroups), badger like humanoids (my alternative for dwarves), Weasel/Wolverine like humanoids, fox/racoon like humanoids (my alternative for hobbits but borne fighters), giant toad like humanoids (not friendly and always hungry), Wild cat like humanoids, Wolf like humanoids, lab created mutants (serve as my orks/Urks), Giant humanoid Yeti/troll like creatures, Mutant assassins that are somewhat insectoid (they serve as my nazgul for their dark master), and a medium sized spiky creatures with sharp beaked mouths and long claws (they are my goblin alternative).

As for my creatures there are giant cats, giant wolves, dragons of land, sky, and sea, large to giant land and aquatic insect/crustaceans, giant sea serpents, giant ravens (my alternative to Lotr giant eagles, giant deer/elk with blade like horns (they are the shepherds of the wilds/forest), owl like gryphons, and plus several of my own original creatures. Several of these creatures can talk like those in Narnia and many others have their own intelligent languages.

I love the medieval time period! So all my stories come from that time period!! When I finish my story, I want to look for some beta readers and if you want to go over it, I would appreciate it!

Absolutely! I am learning to be better at critiquing but would be more than happy to read your story. I will also be in need of beta readers once I finish my first novel hopefully by early next year and would appreciate it if you could go over mine too.

A real hero remains accountable until the end.

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