Twelve was my NaNoWriMo 2016 novel, is currently my long-term project, and will hopefully be published at some point. Summed up in a single sentence, a team of twelve strangers must seek out the origins of a collection of dangerous artifacts.


Title: Twelve… which you should know because you read the title of the page

Genre: Epic Fantasy

Plot: For years, Roland has been searching for the rest of the Artifacts. He already has one of them, ever since a strange old man gave it to him and told him to seek out the rest. But someone – Pravus is what he calls himself – is out to settle a personal grudge with Roland, and is apparently after the Artifacts too.

One night, while being pursued, Roland stumbles across a woman who has been attacked, only to discover that she shares his goals. They escape their pursuers together and then set out to locate the rest of the Artifacts.

As it turns out, there are in fact twelve Artifacts, each belonging to a separate person. Once they are together, the twelve set out on a quest that is as ancient as Time itself. All they have to guide them is a series of mysterious riddles, and the knowledge that Pravus will stop at nothing to find them. But every step they take seems to bring them closer to Pravus. No one can be trusted, because Pravus is obviously getting his information from somewhere… and it very well could be one of them.

Other fun stuff: You can look at my boards on Pinterest. I have hundreds of writing prompts and other writing-related stuff, and at least four boards dedicated to individual characters from Twelve.


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