The short: I'm now represented by Zabé Ellor of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency!!! The long version... Around October 8, I was really anxious about Pitch Wars results. Like. I didn't want to get in. I kept thinking, "Oh god oh god oh god, I'm so burnt out! I just wanna query! I wanna participate in … Continue reading How I Got My Agent (featuring DVpit)
Writing is a solitary profession, which might be preferable if you're an introvert like me. But if you want to be a traditionally published author, you have to get along with others: your agent, editor, and other writers. For a while, I felt that most writers in online communities were in it for themselves, maybe … Continue reading DVpit and the Importance of Community
It's that time of year again! Pitch Wars submissions are just around the corner, and it's time to #BoostMyBio! About Me You can find me on Twitter and Instagram at @Adelle_Yeung. (I also did #PWPoePrompts!) I was a Pitch Wars 2017 mentee. My mentor was the amazing Laurie Dennison, who taught me sooo much last … Continue reading Pitch Wars 2018 #BoostMyBio for BLOOD PRINCESS
I made a mini-RPG! It covers the first two-ish chapters of Blood Princess and it should only take 10-20 minutes to play. Unfortunately, I think it only works on Windows... → Download it here! ← (If you don't have the means of playing, I recorded the main footage of the game and DUBBED it! Like a total … Continue reading Blood Princess Mini RPG
(I need a break from Pitch Wars revisions.) Ah, Wind Scene. Also known as the overworld music from 600 AD in Chrono Trigger. And for me, the most nostalgic song of the entire game. Yes, even the main theme song. Even Schala's theme. Check out my most recent favorite rendition by Malcolm Robinson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUFELL5hHbg It … Continue reading Chrono Trigger’s Wind Scene
My next big fantasy, "Blood Princess" (working title) will require a full world map 😉 So, decided to make one from scratch. Now, I'm no geologist, but I know just a taaad about continental drift. I started with an oval of the world, drew some fault lines, and then had some land mass bleed out … Continue reading Mapping a Fantasy World
Fifteen-year-old Michelle saves the world on a daily basis…with her trusty video game controller, of course! Naturally, she jumps at the chance to play an experimental virtual reality game.
The beautiful fantasy world of Starrs? Check. The power to mold matter? Check. No reset button? Wait, she didn’t sign up for this!
Turns out Starrs is really real, and to make matters worse, Michelle’s interference awakens the Cycle of the Six Moons, a series of devastating trials that will devour the universe.
Fighting the apocalypse was way easier when danger stayed on the other side of the screen, but Michelle finds a secret weapon in her new-found powers. She uses them to rescue the crown prince of a powerful magic kingdom from their sworn enemies, a technologically-advanced cult that strives to eradicate magical blood.
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The House with Two Faces is nearing its final edits before I send it off to agents, BUT I'd like some feedback and more polish 😉 So hello beta readers! I've narrated and uploaded videos of me narrating the first three chapters, which I hope is enough to entice readers and literary agents into reading … Continue reading Seeking Beta Readers – The House with Two Faces
Throughout February, I created mockup covers for my next book, The House with Two Faces (which I guess I should abbreviate to HTF, like I did with CSM). For the first few days, I kept adding and changing things, then added and changed more covers. Here's what the first poll looked like: 1, 3, and … Continue reading Voting for Mockup Covers
lFrom the YA Panel “Local Writers Tell All” at the Suisun City Library on January 21. Meet local authors Adelle Yeung (The Cycle of Six Moons), Jess Flower (RedBird), and book blogger Jesalin Belk (Blogging Everything Beautiful) to talk about books, writing, and following your dream of becoming a writer. They will share their insights … Continue reading Local Writers Tell All