So I decided to talk my novel, tentatively labeled, 'The Unhappening'
1. How did you come up with the idea for your novel, and how long have you had the idea?
Oh ummm I think I've had it for a year and a half, I am not allowed to work on it until I finish some other books. As for how I came up with it I don't know, it's a fantasy book, that is one part Ouran High school Host Club and one part Howl's Moving Castle. I basically took everything I have ever loved and decided to put it a book.
2.Why are you excited to write this novel?
I am excited because I am going to get to twist certain fairy tales and there is lots of tea and food in it.
It's the first book I just let myself go crazy with so that will be fun in itself.
3.What is your novel about, and what is the title?
It is about a whole host of characters, but it is mainly about Isabella Hawthorne.
Her mother wants her to be a governess, but her eccentric aunt sends her off to Tales End academy with her childhood friend Charlie.
4. Sum up your characters in one word each. (Feel free to add pictures!)
Isabella Hawthorne- stubborn
Charlie Chestermere- slapdash
They are the main, but there is more.
5. Which character(s) do you think will be your favourite to write? Tell us about them!
As much as I hate to admit it probably Peter, because he is a vampire with a drinking problem
6. What is your protagonist’s goal, and what stands in the way?
Isabella's goal would probably be just to drink tea and read books, she never really had any goals other than what people put on her.
7. Where is your novel set? (Show us pictures if you have them!)
It's set in a lot of different places, but the main is probably the Academy.
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Isabella's friendship with Charlie is the most important.
9.How does your protagonist change by the end of the novel?
She is a little less cynical and probably a little more accepting of love.
10. What themes are in your book? How do you want your readers to feel when the story is over?
This is going to sound like something off Veggie Tales, umm everyone is special and worth something.
11.BONUS! Tell us your 3 best pieces of advice for others trying to write a book in a month.
I have never done it but I assume caffeine, chocolate, and supportive friends would help.