We all have to do them sometimes. The synopsis, the story outline, plus some, that an agent or publisher or heaven’s forbid, a work for hire buyer, will demand. Chuck in his doubtful wisdom has demanded, with threat of bug zapping violence, that we produce them for our NaNo project in November. Only I won’t participate this year, not because I don’t want to, but because in a week I’ll have my chest cracked open and have open heart surgery. (Please, it’s not that dramatic anymore, just incredibly painful, but I digress.) I highly doubt I’ll be doing much for the month of November except stare vacantly at a television screen while painkillers produce some very interesting interpretations of visual cues. But one can pre-plan just in case I get tired of reruns of Supernatural and decide to work the keyboard. And the project I choose is to add to my long suffering WIP Mindbender, which at 55,000 words is just a bit short of completion. Okay, a lot short, and while I don’t think I’m going to add more than 30,000 words, it needs the work. So, without further ado is my synopsis of same:
MINDBENDER V.3–BOOK 1 OF THE MOR’A’STANI CHRONICLES
Rangle A’ven—head of A’ven Enterprises, the most powerful mercantile entity in the Kyn Empire
Kelleen Rynin—A’ven’s wife, a woman with secrets of her own.
Dr. Henry James—the son of Jim James, a member of the inner advisory circle to the EmperorContinue reading Chuck Wendig’s Synopsis Challenge