Oh, oh, here's hoping that I'll find time to participate! And the group is a wonderful idea, both for exposing literature and the visual arts and having a platform to savour (inter-)inspired art. Brava!
That would be great and I'll try to squeeze in an entry but I'm hard-pressed for time. Either ways, my love and support for the group! I'm rusty from not critiquing for a while and perhaps my throat is lined with sandpaper because all that comes out of my mouth is incoherent and has rough edges at all the wrong places, but I'll love to offer a critique as a prize?
Eek, I'm sorry! This year is cruel, not to say I don't enjoy it, but it's a stealthy thief and always manages to sneak in and steal time from me. But since the deadline is in June and I can taste the holidays coming, I'll be sure to churn out an entry. I just find it harder to write fanfiction, especially since I want the characters to stay true to who they are. Are you looking for creation of something new (that does not happen in the book) or perhaps a retelling of an event from another person's perspective? How about both?
And how's the book going? I can't wait for the second!
Ooh, thanks for the prize offer! How would you like your critique(s) distributed?
Don't be sorry; I understand, believe me. Both ideas sound good, though I've already got a retelling entry, so I'd kind of like to see something that doesn't happen in the book - like, a book two theory written out, a scene that may have happened in book one but wasn't actually written, etc. But it really is up to you.
It's going pretty good! Had a lovely chat with an author today at the Faerie Festival that gave me a new perspective and renewed inspiration.