Remember the blog chain that went around a little while back? It spread to the point that there was no one left to tag at the end. It turns out the Writers’ Community of Durham Region has quite a few “big things” in the mix. Some are even working on more than one projects.
There are some pretty compelling stories being created out there. So, if you’re interested to see what our members are working on, check out the list. I’ve included the one-sentence synopsis for each work in progress for those who want a quicker read, but please pop over to the full blog post if you’d like to read more about the member and their WIP. After all, you might be buying one of these in book form in the not-so-distant future…
These are “working titles” by the way! It’s one of the questions asked in the blog chain, for those who don’t know.
Which one of these would you pick off a shelf?
Ruth E. Walker’s A Winter Project
“A savvy but jaded trade unionist rediscovers his place in the world after catastrophe tosses him into the jaws of small town village life, where a nod on the street can fuel gossip, guesswork and generosity.”
Sharon Overend’s Look Over Your Shoulder
Marissa Campbell's Raven's Blood
"When Avelynn, the headstrong and fiercely independent daughter of a powerful earl, is forced into a betrothal with Demas, a man who only covets her wealth and status, she takes matters into her own hands, stumbling into a passionate love affair with Erik, a Viking—the sworn enemy of England, committing heresy by dabbling in pagan arts, and invoking the ire of several powerful men in the kingdom by leading men into battle, all the while walking a dangerous line as Demas’ tactics to possess her become more desperate and increasingly brutal."