Loni Townsend @risu ?active 1 month, 1 week ago
|I'm currently writing...||
I’m writing fantasy novel in which all except the first chapter occurs on a different world where humans co-exist with an eternal race called elementals. It’s told in third person from 4 primary POVs. It is going through the revision stage. The target audience is approximately 25-40.
The earth province declares war and a landscaper is at the dead center of it.
Derek thought his chronic headaches were the worst of his problems. Then he wakes up in the middle of an unknown forest, surrounded by a couple dozen dead men he has no memory of killing. His only way back to society as he knows it is MaTisha, an amnesic woman with the power to transcend world boundaries. But going home isn’t as easy as he had hoped, not when MaTisha is sought by two opposing armies prepared to do anything to keep her from the other side.
Derek finds himself caught in the center, mixed up with mercenaries and guardians and an invisible thief. And now, he’s been possessed by a murderous alter ego with a personal mission to keep MaTisha safe. He wants nothing more than to return to the life and family he loves.
But his alter ego seems to have other plans.
THANMIR WAR is a fantasy told through multiple point-of-views. At 173, 000 words, it is the first of a series.
I also have a side project called This World Bites, Volume 1 of the Cera Chronicles. Total word count: 26k.
I have dabbled here & there
|Are you pursuing publication?|
|What I want in an awesome Critique Partner||
Deep critique. I am experienced with critiquing., Encouragement & support as as I am new to critiquing, Regular feedback
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|What is your writing experience?||
Unpublished – currently editing a 194k piece of work
|My writing influences are...|
|Books I enjoy reading||
Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, Fever series by Karen Marie Moning
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|More About Me||
I will read most anything others suggest, though I prefer audiobooks because I’m constantly busy. I enjoy fantasy most, but read all genres.
I am always interested in improving and have learned to take criticism well. I’m a firm believer in being polite and clear when communicating with others and will often review my emails several times before hitting the send button.
I have no official experience critiquing. Being a computer programmer, my feedback is often technical rather than content quality. I’m personally easily entertained by stories and don’t feel the need to nitpick other people’s creativity.
|Where did you hear about Ladies Who Critique?||
Google search looking for online critique groups