This week's Warm & Fuzzies Blog Fest is all about exposing our malicious intents aimed at our main characters.
Juliana Brandt writes:
There’s something spectacular about the trauma main characters go through and the way they manage to come out on the other side healed. Sometimes, I wish I could experience a complete character arch like that, but in reality, being an MC would be awful.
This week, take a moment to look at the trouble you get your MC into. How do you kick them while they’re down? Without revealing too many secrets about your WIP- take us through your MC’s arch.
This week, we will visit the other Warm & Fuzzy blogger's blogs and come up with nifty titles for their works in progress.
My newest wip characters are still in the process of becoming who they are, so I'll use my YA historical fantasy I finished recently. It is currently title-less, so give me something great!!! The town's name is Vinegaroon, TX. There is also some element of fantasy for the time travel. Eerie is more like it...
What Title Would You Give Me...?
Seventeen-year-old, Josey Jones finds herself hurled into the past where she learns that life on the dusty pioneer trail is not only dangerous, but after she discovers she plays a vital role in an ancient family mystery, will she ever be able to find her way back home, and if she does, will she go?
- College-bound Josey is ripped from the present and thrown into chaotic post Civil War Texas.
- Outlaws, angered Natives, and starvation are not the only threats to trail life.
- Venomous Reptiles
- Brutal attacks
- Near drownings
- And, then there would be the mysterious, creepy way she was catapulted through time...