Well, my artist-child had a snit last week after I said that I couldn’t get the rest of Dragons of Wellsdeep done for the blog. She stomped her little foot and screamed, “Oh, yeah! Just watch me!”
Then she hijacked the boat and wouldn’t let me write anything else until I had the book “done.” I carefully put that in quotes because I’m not sure it’s done — part of it feels like I’m “hanging the lantern” and that it really needs to be expanded upon. My artist-child insists that I do not. Personally, I’m going to let it sit for a moment before I decide because I have to really sit back and take a look at the whole story. When I was outlining it and defining the hero’s journey in it, I never did get to a large section of conflict I wanted to put in. But, now that I’m at the end, I’m not sure it’s relevant. But that’s why I need to go back through the story and see if it holds up. There’s a couple other touches I’d like to make and a few things I’d like to expand upon.
However, because my artist-child had the temper tantrum, I will be giving you the last two chapters of this after all. You’ll get to see this first ending. Lucky you.
Let’s get started, shall we?
Dragons of Wellsdeep
by Dawn Blair
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