A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 7

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A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 6

Disclaimer: all characters are fictional. So are their e-mail addresses. Don’t e-mail the OHCHR!

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A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 5

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A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 4

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A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 3

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Sketch I did last night trying to draw my main character from my NaNoWriMo novel ‘A Vantage Point of Asses’. I didn’t do any writing though, oops. And I don’t know what to do about her hair. Meh. Any ideas? Her name’s Jenna.
In fact, does someone else want to do all my character design? I pretty much suck at doing stuff without reference and all my freehand/no ref faces look the same, more or less.

Sketch I did last night trying to draw my main character from my NaNoWriMo novel ‘A Vantage Point of Asses’. I didn’t do any writing though, oops. And I don’t know what to do about her hair. Meh. Any ideas? Her name’s Jenna.

In fact, does someone else want to do all my character design? I pretty much suck at doing stuff without reference and all my freehand/no ref faces look the same, more or less.


A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 2

Sort of… I must say I’m liking it quite a bit:

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A Vantage Point of Asses, chapter 1

This is not necessarily the final version of the first chapter but It should give you an indication of my writing:

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A little more info on my NaNo book

fayeandaly:

The title, now reverted to ‘A Vantage Point of Asses’, refers to the main character’s general point of view as she is in a wheelchair.  It’s going to be a YA novel and I changed from Butts to Asses because Asses has a more clear double meaning, here. 

There will be a bunch of humor and a bunch of asses (and cute butts, too). Well, you get it. It starts like this:

Imagine being at butt height every single day. Jenna Carter knows exactly what that’s like; she’s been staring at people’s butts for years, spending most of the day sitting in a wheelchair. That’s her awkward predicament.

I’m not going to finish in time but I don’t really care, I just like that I have an idea of what I really, really want to to write. People with disabilities are not often represented in fiction. I always wanted to do this, but I never quite knew where to take it. I felt a little under-qualified, too. I should be an expert, being in a wheelchair and all, but I guess I never felt I had a right to assume I am the right person to represent people with disabilities in a book. I feel better about it now, though. Do you think it’ll appeal? What do you think, followers?

I’m really curious to read yours!


Love love love,


Faye