Fiction Friday: Recap Part 1

For those of you that may started following my blog most recently.  I thought it would be a good idea to begin with a “Previously on…” kind of post that you’ll often see at the beginning of your favorite TV show.

I write original fiction as well as fanfiction. I believe there a great deal to be learned from writing fanfiction, that it’s an excellent way to hone writing skills that can be used when writing your own works. It’s also a lot of fun.

So, here’s a brief rundown of my original works in progress, and next Friday I promise a rundown of my fan fiction works in progress:

There are two major works in process, one is science-fiction/fantasy, the other a paranormal mystery/adventure horror.

Use’Ara: Harm, is the first in an intended series of stories that follow the fate of colonists sent from Earth to settle in the Andromeda system, but who, for reasons that will slowly unfold, end up wildly off course, and in a whole world of trouble.

Butterfly Raven is a ‘good vs evil’ quest with a difference and several blurred lines, exploring such subjects as angels, demons, love, hate, past lives and spirit guides, and a whole raft of other ‘alternative’ path beliefs. The story follows the trials of a group of friends who go head to head with a quasi-religious cult seeking to awaken a powerful group of ancient beings and use them to gain dominion over the world.

About Eirian Houpe

Writer and Teacher. Published works: Eternal Dance (as Linden S Barclay) and articles for Wigston Magna Dog Training Club, and SFX Magazine.
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