I will tell you the "saga" of my book. Sometimes I don't know if I laugh or cry when I see what I'm doing (don't worry, there is no excerpt of the book) Aside from writing I like to draw too, and, if I can join the things, better. So, I started the book as a simple fanfiction (crossover of The Elders Scroll and Perry Rhodan) to make a comic. While I was training my drawing skills, I was "playing" with the plot of my fanfic. One year later I'm still improving my drawing skill, and my fanfic evolved to a full original plot. Nothing left of the fanfic. With this plot I started to make a graphic novel. Bad choice, you need too much talent to draw something like that (and the seek for a partner to draw it was unsuccessful). I made 20 pages before give up. But my story is there, my chars are shouting: and us? we want to live! So, back to the novel format. But I don't want a simple plain text. My first idea was to make a script with some drawings, like a storyboard, where you have a drawing of the scene and the description and dialog for it. This first format was something like: [image] description / action char: dialog But after a few pages, I discovered that it isn't what I really want. Then I had the idea to make it like and old book, something like a medieval manuscript, with text and drawings. Something to show that the book was written a time ago by one that saw the events, or at least, know the events (like Tolkien made with LOTR). The final format will have text and some drawings, and decorated capital letters on the beginning of the chapter (as showed in the image). But the text retains a bit of the script format. I'll not tell the story, I'll show it, like a movie. I don't want to tell reader the thoughts of the char, I want the char show it by its actions and dialog only. (The book is written in parts, first the main plot where I define what happens, then the rough draft of each chapter: like a script, indications of location and time, action and dialog. The rough draft is ready for the 3 first chapters, I need only to work them to a final version.) And the big issue that prevents me to continue writing the book is: this format will work? Someone will read a book like this?