Galaxite Rhys, a teenage girl from a developing medieval village (sometime in the 13th century), is offered some time off from her daily life when her best friend’s brother gives her the opportunity to stay with him in a neighboring town. Upon her arrival, she finds the man that completely matches her friend’s description, and is excited to begin her much-needed break with this friendly gentlemen. But something isn’t quite right, and she begins to sense that something’s amiss (in the most humorous way possible – this is not a frightening story) when the man isn’t as knowledgeable as he should be, and doesn’t quite know the way back to his own home …
That was the overall description for the historical fiction novel that I’m working on!
It’s still completely in the development stage right now, as I haven’t even began writing it, lol. I’m forcing myself to focus on plot development, believable characters, and a strong sense of where the story will ultimately go before I put my pen to paper (or keys to keyboard, or something like that, hahah)
Do you think it sounds interesting? Once it’s written (haha), would you read it? Do you have any suggestions for what would make it more exciting? Please let me know all of your thoughts down below!
A story is just as important to the readers as it is to the writer. 🙂