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03 May 2012
Dust it Off Bloghop Day 1: Post a 1-2 sentence pitch as to what Ol' Shelvy was about.
My working title is The Guardians. I started writing this story years ago, and haven't worked on it in awhile.

When Jess discovers that all he ever believed is false, and Shua learns that he is more than human, they must find a way to work together to save their people from the dark magic of the necromancer Saybol and his invading army. Then, they learn they are brothers though raised apart, and the price they must pay is greater than they could have imagined, as only one of them can survive this battle.


Cortney Pearson said...

Woo, high stakes! Looking forward to the excerpt!

Morgan said...

Love it. Great pitch! :D

Shiela Calderón Blankemeier said...

Oooo, a necromance and a brother conflict - two of my favorite things! I'm trying to follow but blogger is being difficult. I will figure it out :)

ilima said...

Only one can survive? Very nice pitch.

Avery Marsh said...

Interesting premise... and talk about high stakes! Well done.

Christine Rains said...

Intriguing pitch. Can't wait to see more about it through this bloghop.

Suzi said...

Great last line--as only one of them can surivive this battle.

Andrea said...

Sounds cool! Necromancers, mortal danger, a sole survivor, can't go wrong there :)


McKenzie McCann said...

Necromancers? Uh oh. Those are never a good sign.

Theresa said...

Those stakes are high!!! Ha me and Cortney think alike, I just scrolled up and saw her post. My interest is piqued I want to know the outcome! Looking forward to your excerpt!

Jaycee DeLorenzo said...

Ooh, sounds intriguing. I'd love to read more.

Elizabeth Twist said...

Too cool. This is a great idea for a blog hop. Looks like there are quite a few of us who would be into reading this story.

Elizabeth Twist: Writer, Plague Enthusiast

Cherie Reich said...

Wonderful pitch! It has great stakes and necromancers are so nifty to read about. :)