Having awakened within a forest with little to no memories of her past and being left with the sole task of surviving…what will Kaltyr do?
The above is a generic synopsis, but here’s my own evaluation of the web novel:
The HOOK of the story -- In this epic fantasy LitRPG, the main character’s Class is unique, something I’ve never seen done before in any other novel (not that she's gonna get it soon, lol. This is a LOOOONG novel). She won’t be a necromancer, rogue, dragon rider, or just talented swordswoman. Here’s a hint, though: it’s related to the title.
The pacing of the story -- Slow. This is a sloooow burn. As it currently stands, I’m still in the first act and it’s over 100,000 words. I’m trying to speed it up, though! Trust me!
Approximated length of the story -- Considering what I wrote above…I imagine between 200,000 and 400,000 words. For reference, the Bible is around 800,000, and the Harry Potter series is 1,000,000.
Overall predicted grade of the story so far: Between C and B+. The beginning 20 chapters are okay and it has since picked up a little, but I’m confident that it will get much better once the main character actually reaches civilization xD
Hey potential audience! This is a [participant in the Royal Road Writathon challenge] of 2020. That doesn’t mean anything for the story, though.
Now, regarding the novel: it’s a LitRPG with magic and stuff. I have longer, more interesting novels to write in my backlog, but this is the novel I think I can finish relatively easily before any other. It’s basically serving as the best form of writing practice I can think of!
Also, the more cultured of my audience will see the similarities to cultivation fantasies in the power system.