I have a habit of never finishing things I start. Three NaNoWriMos, multiple poems, school projects, video games, you name it. But now I have an idea- an idea that seems kind of crazy, and isn't fleshed out, and one my family would not approve of. It speaks to me though. I want to see this idea become more than an idea. Here's a little about my book: Title: To Be Decided Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Setting: A separate world from ours, a kingdom whose name is Thrain (but not officially, still working on it) in a land called Elysia. It also takes place in the unexplored territory on the opposite side of this huge mountain range whose name is not yet known. Inspiration: The lack of fantasy LGBTQA+ inclusive novels out there. General Idea: A panromantic asexual princess does not want her father to arrange a marriage for her, and help comes in the form of a shape-shifting dragon and a legendary rogue. Stages of Writing: (Will be crossed off as I go) Researching and Character Creation World-Building Plot Outlining First Draft Editing Current Word Count: 0 Personal Rules: 1.) At least 1/2 hour of novel work every day 2.) Read at least 1/2 hour every day. 3.) Balance novel work with school work. 4.) Always carry a notebook for ideas on the go. 5.) Check in at least twice a week. Goals: 1.) Research and Character Creation finished by June 18th (last day of school) 2.) Plot Completely Outlined by June 26th 3.) First Draft begun by June 30th. 4.) Approximately 500 words (or 2 pages) per day.