I do remember what they were about.
The older one was a chronicle lasting 1000 years, detailing a good fifteen different wars. In the course of writing it, I invented probably twenty or thirty different characters, all with unique names I came up with on the spot. I only remember one name, of a woman named "Chenoa Anastasia," who hijacked some sort of giant space warship and disappeared for twenty years. I want to read the whole thing again.
The younger one was a detailed synopsis of the first book of a series I've wanted to write for a long time, called Volt or The Prophet's Song. The plot summary just kept going on and on for pages, and I started feeling absolutely ecstatic, wondering if maybe I could actually turn it into a real novel's worth of material. I had never produced a plot summary so long and detailed before, and have not since. If I tried to recreate it, I would be missing at least half of the content and detail. I must have invented a good fifteen or twenty characters with unique names during the course of its writing. I remember there was a planned uprising of soldiers at a barracks, a meeting between the main character and the queen of another country, a march of rebels back to the capital of their home country, a schism between them, some sort of attempted assassination of the main character, a rousing speech given by the main character, an assault on a prison, then a siege of another prison, and a massive and tactically detailed battle between the rebels and the emperor's men. I couldn't tell you the details anymore. I want that thing back desperately.
DW wrote:anarch is more than slightly mental, he's completely fucking bonkers
Voly wrote:Do you reproduce by budding? Because if so, I'm so selling you to science.