In light of this, I have gone to great pains to differentiate my elves and dwarves from those found in LOTR. Which superhero names have you found the most impressive?
It gets revealed that the villain, who the hero locked up before he quit, is mind-controlling him. My superhero is a psychic mutant that works as an assassin. Jamal agrees and has his DNA reconfigured, which gives him superpowers.
Your characters might solve one problem, but they end up causing or revealing another. It might be more dramatic if Jamal gets selected for the experimentation because he wins some sort of competitive process.
Also, I have decided to make my dwarves not so much gruff as talkative and argumentative often in a friendly way. I like the idea of developing their habits more. If I had to voice one concern with your book, it would probably be that your plot and world-building do not seem tightly wound together.
For example, Diagon Alley is more than just a cool location: Mac on 17 Sep at 4: For his super-identity, I think genetics sounds like an interesting source of inspiration.
The easiest way to tweak that would be violent-and-philosophical. I would be so grateful if you could just answer one or two of my questions.
An accident might happen and, since the military is testing on a number of people, all are altered genetically so they become metahumans or something. Jacob Mallow, Geneticist Extraordinaire on 18 Aug at In fact, the potential for developing the relationships between the five characters is so strong that it might even be overwhelming.
The synopsis for the story is that Paul Evans is a superhero that gave up in his prime to become a loner.
R on 17 Sep at 1: Also, have you decided on an origin story for the character? Rowling successfully used many imaginary words like Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Griffindor, Hufflepuff, Hogwarts, Gringotts, Diagon Alley, Muggle, etc… I like the idea of your dwarves being jolly and argumentative rather than gruff.
That will help clear up the first-person issues and will give you a chance to show us their thought processes more. Could you help me out? For example, I was looking at a storage crate just this morning and realised that with an added C it was an anagram of escargot.
Especially when you consider that this is the tip of the iceberg.
Could you give a few details about the character and the plot? It sounds like your story is very ambitious. For example, instead of introducing all three types of elves at once, it would probably be easiest for readers if you introduced one and then moved on to the next only after we had a good grasp of the first.
When killings become more and more frequent, he sets out to determine who is responsible, only to find out that it is a person he trusts.
Are both names necessary? B on 23 Aug at 3: What sort of villains and antagonists are you working with? Sometimes I can look at things and rearrange the letters to make a new word that someone else might not see. What are the readers of the story are meant to think about the research project?
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