Wednesday, March 23, 2016

"Fairies Die if You Ignore Them!"

   Many of y'all may not recognize this quote, but it's from Peter Pan in Scarlet. This book is the only authorized sequel to Peter Pan, and it's stunning! Though unlike the original in style, it is still amazing. The adventure begins when dreams leak from Neverland. Wendy and the Lost Boys who came back at the end of Peter Pan worry that something may have happened to Peter. They must get back, but how?
   Do they get back? Has something happened to the Marvelous Boy? Why are the dreams leaking out? There's only one way to find out! Read Peter Pan in Scarlet, available herehere, and here.

Things for Writers to Note:
1.) The plot is original and well thought out.
2.) The backstory is well-done.
3.) New characters fit story well.

Writing Challenge:
Use steel and snow in the same metaphor. (Yes, I know that's rather Tolkien-ish.)

   Did anyone do last month's challenge about orange? I used it as a wall color of all things. What did y'all do? I'd love to hear from y'all about it! So leave me a comment.

1 comment:

  1. I've actually been in a couple of houses with orange walls. In one of them the dining room was orange.