what i'm writing

Hey there, friend! So this is where I tell you about my writing... willingly.  *throws you all the stuff*

 (p.s. the publication dates are very tentative, but I like to keep a vague goal in mind. I also refresh the status every month, so be sure to check back for updates! If you want more in-depth ones, I will direct you to my newsletter)


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{Title}
Found (Dareas Trilogy Book 1)  
 
{Genre}
  YA Christian Fantasy/Sci-fi

{Word-count}
 134,000 estimate 

{Release}
Tentative, fall 2018 

{Status} 
Going over the 5th draft with my alpha reader. Hoping to send to an editor during the fall.

 {Synopsis}
What if you woke up on another planet?



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{Title}
Outcast (Dareas Trilogy Book 2)

{Genre}
 YA Christian Fantasy/Sci-fi

{Word-count}
110,000 estimate 

{Release}
Tentative, 2019 

{Status}
Outlining for a fourth rewrite


{Synopsis}

What if the truth of your past could save your life or destroy it?


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{Title}
Survivor (Dareas Trilogy Book 3)

{Genre}
 YA Christian Fantasy/Sci-fi

{Word-count}
N/A. Guessing will be around 150,000

{Release}
Tentative, 2020

{Status}
Dreaming up. 


{Synopsis}

 What if no one knew who you were?

 

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{Title}
Footprints

{Genre}
Dystopian

{Status}
Outlining

NOTE
For those of you who have been following me for a while, you may have noticed that Convicts (a fantasy/allegory series) is no longer on this page. I ran into some problems while plotting it, and came to the conclusion that I'm not ready to write that novel. I got a flash of inspiration for footprints right around then, and am now pursing that novel instead

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I hope you stick around for updates as I embark on this journey toward indie publishing.

<3

audrey caylin

12 comments:

  1. Your trilogy sounds amazing, Audrey! I can't wait to read it!

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    1. THANK YOU. I'm excited to see how it turns out when I've written all the books xD

      I can't wait to read YOUR books one day :D

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  2. Just based on the synopsis of Found, your writing looks stunning! <3 The fantasy book looks very intriguing. Best of luck writing and publishing all these!

    Ellie | On the Other Side of Reality

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    1. Eeep thank you!! I'm working on that fantasy one *goes to plot and world-build*

      Seriously that means a lot <3

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  3. It looks like you write REALLY good just by reading your synopsis! :D
    I'm writing a book now called "The Deceiver" and I'm having so much fun with that!
    I also have another book that I've plotted called "The Room." I cant wait until I actually start that one!
    Keep up the good work, Audrey!

    littlebitofsunshineweb.wordpress.com

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    1. Eeep, thank you! It took me forever to write, and I'm thankful for my mom's encouragement with it :)

      Oooh those sound so cool! I hope they go well!

      <3

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  4. Okay, your trilogy sounds amazing and I hope you get published or self publish or something because I want to read it. I'm excited now, lol. It sounds so amazing. I'll definitely be keeping my eyes out. It will all work in God's timing. Great work. :)

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    1. I'm getting there ;) It's definitely a tough journey, but I really have to trust that God's going to work things out when they need to be. Thank you for your support and excitement! <3

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  5. Well, it all sounds really wonderful. Writing can be one of the hardest things, but it is so worth it. I wanted to ask how you made the book covers for your work. I'm wanting to make a visual for some of my stuff and I'm realizing I'm not as tech savvy as I thought, lol.

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    1. Of course! I made my book covers on Canva with the Kindle cover template. It's a designing site that's great for blog graphics and basically free (it would be for designing a cover). There aren't a TON of options there, as I took my pictures from Pinterest, but it works well. If you're looking for something a little more advanced, Gimp is really good. I'm using that to work on new covers. :)

      I hope that helps!

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    2. Thank you so much! I found Canva yesterday, but I wasn't signed in. I'll check it out again today. I'll also check out Gimp as well. I really want to see what would look good for my novel. Not that I'm close to actually publishing it, but sometimes visuals help.

      Thanks again. God bless. <3

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