Sunday, November 12, 2017

WeWriWar 230: Demon Soul

Welcome to a new excerpt for the Weekend Writing Warrior and Snippet Sunday.
When Demon Soul first came out, it wasn't really in it's best form. 
It is the first book of my Demon Series and the First book of The House at The Crossing cluster. I have written a lot of the other books in the series, I have about 6 so far, but I haven't gone to publishing them mostly because I wasn't happy with the quality of Demon Soul and Demon and Fairy. So I wanted to have something that look better and that I could be proud of  before getting the other books out.
I decided to redo Demon Soul with a brand new edit and a brand new cover. 
The book is almost ready and the professional cover should arrive soon so I though I could start here with a few snippet until the cover reveal and the new publishing. 


Let's start right were we left off last week

She cried, yelled, and questioned him, but the only answers she obtained was that everything was fine and that she was the one acting strangely.
In despair, Brownie locked herself in the library, reading books about demons and magic, looking for an answer, for a way to bring him back. But all was in vain. She couldn't find what was wrong, until his Dark Side told her how happy he was that the demon community had decided to get rid of his soul. She felt so empty and hopeless that she couldn't fight anymore. She realised that each time his Dark Side had buried his soul deep inside him, all she had to do was call their memories together to bring it back. Now it was gone, and the memories of them were erased from his mind one by one as the demons were torturing his soul.

She still tried, and each time she saw him, she cried but became more determined to get him his soul back.

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  1. What a poignant scene, such sadness and yet still, determination.

  2. I like her determination and I'm sure she'll think of something! Intriguing snippet...

  3. Glad that I had the opportunity to read this story.

  4. She a determined lady, to keep trying to reach him even though he has no soul.

  5. Despite her anguish over losing him, she is so determined to bring him back. I hope she doesn't give up.