Eternal Oblivion was chosen as one of the winners for the Episode Heard Award. Thanks to everyone who voted for my story. And congratulations to all the other winners!
Eternal Oblivion was also chosen to be on the Magical Shelf in Jan. 2020. Thanks to everyone who has read, enjoyed, and/or recommended my story. It truly means the world to me.
As always, I’d love to hear any thoughts or questions you may have.
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Title: Eternal Oblivion Author: Silver Lady Genre: Fantasy primarily with some mystery, action, drama, romance, and just a hint of historical fiction thrown in from time to time (more so in later chapters). Style: Limelight Number of Episodes: Twenty-three currently, more on the way. CC: Kinda. You can’t customize the main three characters (for story reasons), but there is a character for you to customize starting with chapter five. You won’t see much of her to start, but she becomes more important later in the plot. Description: Something ancient plots unseen in the darkness, and Amara must quickly uncover the mystery surrounding it. Otherwise, all will be lost. Link:http://episodeinteractive.com/s/6355100663873536 Covers:
I’ve been working on a re-vamp of my cover and while I know which one I’m leaning towards, I though it’d be interesting to throw up a poll and get some feedback. Many thanks to anyone who chooses to participate.
New Cover #1
New Cover #2
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New Cover #1
Thanks! Amara’s not kicking much butt in this chapter (I know how much you love that ), but seeing as how she kicked off a revolution in the last one, I thought it was okay to slow down a bit this time around.
So there’s this wonderful group of people currently running the Episode Heard Awards. The final round of voting ends January 5th and Eternal Oblivion is in the running! Everyone should head on over to the links below and check out all the wonderful stories up for consideration. You’re able to vote for an overall total of three stories across the two polls listed. Again, two polls, three votes total. And if you happen to think my story is worthy of one of your coveted votes all the better. Happy reading.