Tuesday, November 13, 2018


I think I have a bit of an obsession with wind magic. I've already written one book that has it as a big plot point, and I'm not even close to bored with it. Here's another idea that is entirely focused on wind for its fantasy.


Lyssa hears voices calling on the wind. She has always been lonely—not for company but for the world outside her constrained experience. The wind tells her stories of places far away, and she thinks of nothing but seeing them for herself.

But when she wakes up one morning able to direct the wind as she wishes, she’s afraid. The wind howls at her now, begging her to release it, to unleash destruction. From the little she can make it tell her, she gathers she’s the newest guardian of the West Wind, inheriting all the powers and duties of the position.

At night she rides the wind, visiting all those places she always wanted to see. But her travels come at a price. She has inherited not only the power of the wind but its rivalries as well, and now she must face down the guardians of the three other winds, all older and stronger than herself.

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