My Book Series

Monday, June 6, 2011

There's a irony in books and film...

Usually some books don't become succeses until after they are turned into a movie. I don't know if I dare to hope that that will be what happens to my series (which I have decided will have ten volumes) but at the same time I can only hope success. I know many people criticize it for being similar to Twilight but to quote one of my friends Tara Marie what are the similarities beside the love triangles? Nothing! There are no similarities not in the events or story line or even in the character. I like to believe I have developed Aradia into a bit more relatable character than Bella Swan because everyone can relate to what she has been through. Such as bullying, loneliness, fear, not knowing who you are, and wanting to know what kind of future you have. I also like to believe in spite of the vampires, werewolves, fairies, and shape shifters the story is a bit more believeable. What do I mean? The issues they deal with are things like prejudice, politics, adjusting to new rules, and what happens when u find answers. I think that's what makes my book series more unique is because unlike other series involving the last of their kind Aradia does something more when she finds out that she is the last witch alive. She decides to do something about it. She doesn't go for revenge (not yet) but what she does do is able to change things.
U gotta ask yourself one thing which is the basic concept of this series: if you were still young but u had just been giving an opportunity to change everything would you do it?

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