Has it finally arrived?
Yes, the Dust It Off Bloghop has begun!
Cortney Pearson and Theresa Paolo are encouraging us to take a shelved manuscript, “dust it off” and rediscover some of the treasures forgotten inside.
As I’m a person who loathes throwing away anything I’ve formed an attachment to. My “shelved manuscript” is actually the old, first-person version of The Rogue King. The one I wrote way, way back when I was twelve.
The first day: We want you to post a 1-2 sentence pitch (Great way to practice pitches) about the shelved WIP.
The old, first-person version, is shelved, but the premise of the story is still the same. That in mind, here’s my pitch of The Rogue King:
As a boy, Koral’s greatest desire was to be normal, but the demented god Lorric had other ideas and was not above destroying the fate of one young man. Now, years after he has grown to accept his new way of living and with his beloved stolen by the very god who’d derailed his true destiny, Koral is forced from safety to risk his life and worse to free her from the god’s clutches before she is also broken.