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I love to read, but not when I am writing. (The authors voices seem to effect mine) I enjoy complicated plots that require thinking and create questions and my writing tends to reflect that.
My manuscript, Redeeming The Time is all but finished. I am editing, deleting overused words and trying to effectively describe the work.
Here is my concept: Time as a closed loop is represented with a circle: a single line winding endlessly around with no beginning or end, like a wheel. With this in mind, picture a series of circles as the rings of a dartboard or bulls eye, or even the rings of an Aztec calendar. The closer the circles are set to the center point, the smaller they become. Imagine each circle represents another dimension similar to our own. If you set this series of closed loop dimensions over the face of a clock, you have the basic concept that inspired my story.
The plot is what I find the most difficult to summarize. It is circuitous and totally awesome as far as I am concerned.
The overall story will be a total of 3 books because the plot is too complex to unfold inside of 1.
I am a married, stay-at-home mother of four who loves to read and write in my spare time. Currently trying to get published, like to think I know a good idea when I read it, open to constructive criticism, and ,oddly, I take a great deal of encouragement in rejection letters from literary agents. I am also working on a synopsis for my trilogy, any help in that area would be greatly appreciated.