The northern part of the island kingdom of Belaria comprises the Tropagian forest. The darkest realm; and a Belarian's easy nightmare. Besides thriving with unfathomable and ever bloodthirsty creatures, it also is the stronghold of witch, Mai Canniola, the vilest and most evil witch ever. And when she throws her intricate plot upon Charles, a young boy of 14 residing in the Belarian village of Tempster with his aunt, will he be able to wriggle himself free from her treacherous sly web? And will the only good folks dwelling in Tropagia, the Macacawks and the Potion Makers, help him? Or will they instead turn against him and make it all worser? It is not going to be long before Charles quiet life is totally disrupted and upturned. Read on to find out!
GREATEST 3 INFLUENCES:
J.K. Rowling, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Arabian Nights.
MY SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF WRITING:
Around the ages of 4 and 5, I became immensely interested in Dinosaurs. They were my 'world' back then. I was mad about anything related to them, to the extent that I lamented why they had to get extinct! I had a vast collection of their picture clippings and even all my toys were dinosaurs! Eventually, with zero assistance from anyone, I ended up penning a book about them. Oh, that great work! It's still with me and well... I've realised that it was all horribe, but still, lovely as ever ( C'mon, I was supposed to be cute when I was five!!!)!
Then I remained literally silent for sometime and the next thing I produced was not until the 3rd standard. It was a book of poems. Poems which dealt with every day to day object you may think of. Again, after a year, I began writing my very foremost novella 'The Adventures of Alexandar Rabel'. It had 61 pages in all and was written both in the 1st and the 3rd person with a bit of Robinson Crusoe-toned adventures. It was written with much encouragement from my father. Must say without him I would'nt have been holding any interest in writing. He was the one who first taught me how to love books.
In standard 6, I started my most loved 'Placenbroke' sereis. It had all the spice found in typical mystery stories, and is an all time personal favourite of mine for writing all those tales was really enjoyable. I don't think I am ever going to wind up the entire sereis, and hey, look out! They may be arriving in Booksie any time in their edited forms! Besides this, I've also completed another 80 paged fantasy novella 'Who is the King?'. But sorry, you'd never be seeing it here for 'The Witch's Plot' is actually an alternate version of it, except that major character is not a king but a simple teenage laddie.
I completed the Witch's Plot today!!! (30th Dec) 98 pages in total, of which about 40 contain 800 words each (I dont think though that I'll me making it available here straight away).
That's all the writing history for the time being...
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