Classes, races and subgroups is always important when having a fantasy novel . The only one I think who wrote and crafted it well was Tolkien who created many fantasy races such as elves , orcs and hobbits to name a few and within each of those races of fantasy characters there were classes and subgroups.
I read my complete first draft and then I went line by line, made notes and then went scene by scene and started voice recordings of what I wanted to change .
What is hierarchy? We see it every day in our common world.
In werewolf mythology different plants are harmful to the werewolf such as mistletoe , mountain ash, rye, and of course the most famous one of them all wolfsbane. However, in my work in progress werewolf novel I don’t use these plants as a fatal tool against them. Instead I use poppy tears or as we know it as opium or Poppy seeds. Let me tell you a little about it.
I just added another character idea board to my Pinterest.
Did you know that Werewolf of London was the first Hollywood mainstream movie to feature a werewolf?
You might say it is easy to write something with one character. But this is not easy at all. It is one of the hardest types of stories to write.
A writer is like an architecture . A script and manuscript is the blueprint for the story; the schematics.
While looking over my chapters in my 2nd draft of my work in progress novel, I widely considered lately that I might have to go back and combined and condense the chapters .
The reaction coming from my main character Sirena’s POV. And she must search for Eli in all the Flames of Chaos that is going on in the scene