This past Tuesday, I met with my editor (aka my sister) to review my story structure. It didn’t take long for her to tear apart just about every idea I had for the story structure; and there wasn’t much I could say to argue with her. But it wasn’t all bad news, she and I both believe that I have a good idea for a story and a rough outline. We also managed to go over a few ideas for themes, sub themes, and story continuity. I may have even found my opening and closing lines. So now here I am… somewhere between writing a letter and writing a story in letters.
The Lone Quixote Lettersis a deeply personal tale that charts the course of a decades-long friendship between two characters. The story is told through the lens of written letters and delves into themes of friendship, family, self-discovery, hope, love, growth, and transformation. The reader is taken on a journey that encompasses both the triumphs and struggles of the two friends, ultimately highlighting the message that hope and love endure, even in the face of life's challenges.