Monday, July 8, 2013

The Surface

Nope, I don't just randomly start posting Owl City CD covers. Nope, this post isn't about how much I love Owl City. Nope, Owl City doesn't really even come into it. (OK, but just a little bit...) Nope, this post isn't even about music.

OK, so what on earth is this post about?!


Like most of my posts.

In one way or another.


What story am I going to be talking about?

Remember that post about that song about Owl City?

Anyway, if you don't, go check it out again real quick. ;)

OK, whoa, whoa, wait.

You guys know the Generation Gazette blog (whose authors I really need to talk about posting more regularly, like, maybe, oh,  I don't know, every day)?

Well, you know Danielle and the rest of them? Well, I'm writing a story about them. It's called The Surface. And, frankly, I think it's one of my best works. If not THE best. Mostly because I worked so hard on making it... right. Not just skimming through it. Doing it the right way. Staying in the spots as long as I needed to, to make it real. To actually have my character go through physical hardship, as well as emotional hardship. To get Danielle to the place where... where she actually seems... real.

And guess what? I'm already at 300-some pages, and still going! That's what's so exciting for me.

Of course... there's always the thought that you guys won't like it, and that nobody else will like it, and I'll never get it published... Man, sometimes I just feel like such a failure. =P

Anyway, I got inspired by Mr. Owl City's cover up there^.

(actually, the guy's name is Adam Young, but anyway...)

It's kind of like a world like that... magical and yet so real to our own. If it was like our own, though, it would definitely be in the future. (it's not called Earth, it's called Aerth, I believe, so it kind of could be Earth in the future, but I don't want to think of it as that bleak...) I want to make the books a trilogy, of just three books of around 300/400 pages each. I'm thinking the second book might be named The Underground (you'd understand if you read the book) or maybe The Equinox, and the third would be something like The Beginning. I'm not sure yet. Any ideas? :)

Anyway, I'll be posting it on here as soon as possible. :) I hope you guys will like it!! I'm feeling a little nervous about it... ;)

P.S. Rubberboot Girl publishing update: my query letter still has to be read by my "editor"... so, yeah, hopefully it will get sent off to the publishers we picked out!! Please keep praying. If I could get a book published... that would be my dream come true. <3


  1. I know what you mean about worrying that others won't like your writing...I have tons of story ideas in my head but I never get them written down, and even if I did I'd be afraid to share them. :)

  2. GO STORYTELLER! LOL! Have I even told you how inspiring you can be?!? :D Seriously your posts are so real ... you don't try to hide that you are human and that you have problems, but you add so much sparkle to your posts that when I read them I am encouraged to keep going on.

    Anyway. :D

    I know what it is like a COMPLETE failure. My writing has been really dragging on the ground lately and I am so afraid to try to write anything ... right now anyway.

    All right, I will start thinking up posts for Generation. Do you think I could do some reporting on the blogs I follow?!?! You know such as contests and the like?!?! Tell me what you think.


    1. That means a lot, Abailaine. Lately I feel like... I don't know... I'm depressing? It just confuses me. :/

      I'm sure your stories amazing:)

      That sounds great!! I would love that. <3

  3. I can't wait to read more of your stuff! I would love to read the book you're trying to publish, too:)


  4. I'll be praying! And I'm so proud of you for getting there! That's amazing! I hope your dream comes true. :) And yes, Mr. Young never ceases to inspire me too. :)



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