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M L Moos
Continually aspiring author, perpetually young mom, Christ follower. Editor . Cofounder . YA fantasy, Ravenpuff, Hobbit, Browncoat
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M L Moos 14h
I was originally going to do something similar with this book, but elves just never fit quite right. So I turned them into an original race.
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M L Moos 15h
Replying to @Moss_Whelan
Also, it's pretty common now to see previously established "evil" entities written as the good guys. (Ex. Vampires, werewolves, every evil stepmother, etc.) I wanted to do the opposite.
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M L Moos 15h
Replying to @Moss_Whelan
Oh yes, Nic gets in over his head with the kraken. Literally. 😂
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M L Moos 15h
Hello fellow recluse. *proceeds to be awkward due to antisocial tendencies*
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M L Moos 15h
Replying to @Moss_Whelan
Hmm, well I took the Phoenix and made it a monster. I wanted to take a creature commonly viewed as a "good" entity and twist it. So the Cainlands are plagued by these vicious Firebirds that have been stealing people for decades. There's also a lake kraken. 😈
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M L Moos 17h
Interesting. I would have pegged you for a space cadet what with your impressive backlog of Shiny Ideas.
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M L Moos 17h
I'm a space cadet turned recluse. is most definitely the ray of sunshine. What are you?
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M L Moos 17h
Replying to @yacky_jackie
I'm a space cadet hiding in the shadows of her secret recluse lair.
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M L Moos 18h
Replying to @oak_writer
Both. Always both. 😂😭
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M L Moos 18h
Replying to @T_L_Philip
Thanks! This particular story has far too many sequels though.
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M L Moos 18h
A super inspiring thread for . Nothing takes the joy out of success like forgetting to have fun. Forgetting the fun also makes it near impossible to keep trying when you fail.
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @AuthorHFerry
One can hope.
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @AuthorHFerry
Seriously, neverending plot holes. I'm pretty sure there will still be plot holes in this book when I die.
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @cafrancis_
"If You Give A Writer A Plot Hole"
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @cafrancis_
😂😂😂 I didn't notice that, but you're totally right!
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @mlmoosauthor
Okay, yeah it was more than 7 tweets. I think we established I can't count a couple tweets back.
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @mlmoosauthor
Then two chapters later you discover.... all that new world building created a brand new plot hole:
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @mlmoosauthor
Until finally, FINALLY, you fill the plot hole:
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @mlmoosauthor
And... Oh no... Timelines... And... MATH!
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M L Moos Jan 18
Replying to @mlmoosauthor
And more world building:
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