Monday, 15 June 2020

5 Facts About I Wish I Could Find You


5 FACTS ABOUT MY CURRENT WIP: I WISH I COULD FIND YOU

Last week I gave you five facts about my other work in progress which you can find here. This week I wanted to talk more about the second Penney Note story, the five facts about the first one can be found here! As you may know, this is a paranormal/mystery/romance story that I planned with series potential, but it was really only as I kept writing that I realised it was more than likely a trilogy, so I'm really happy to have jumped right back in with Penney and her friends, trying to bring about the end of the big bad going on.

As a refresh before I jump into facts, Penney is seventeen, a psychic in a world of psychics, and desperately in love with her best friend, who she assumed didn't return the feelings. I have to be really careful with these facts so that I don't give away spoilers but I'll do my best!

#1 PENNEY IS NEW TO NEGOTIATING RELATIONSHIPS
Penney had dated before, but she'd always held a torch for Dane, and even with the events of the last book, she's still trying to find her feet as it were. She's looking for some way to do everything that's needed of her, but also get to be the best person she can be when it comes to matters of the heart. She didn't expect everything to fall into place quickly, but she's finding it a little harder than she thought it would be.

#2 A THREAT TO THE WORLD AS A WHOLE
The big difference between the first book and the second is that the scope is broader. While before Penney had been focused on one, what she thought, small detail, now she finds herself have to look at the bigger picture and weigh up what matters, what doesn't, and what can be changed. The whole psychic world is teetering on the edge of something massive and Penney seems to play a big part.

#3 THERE ARE LIES TO UNEARTH
Penney was sure of one thing, she could always trust her parents, they would always have her back, and now it seems that even they had secrets they kept from her. While she could understand some of the secrecy, the way it's presented to her has made it seemed more like a betrayal and a lie than anything she can simply move past. She's always known she was adopted, but the history behind that was never spoken of, and now she wants to know more.

#4 PENNEY IS BURNING THE CANDLE AT BOTH ENDS
Penney has EDS, she's chronically ill and she's already exhausted from everything that went into saving Dane, but now people need her to keep going, and she's not going to let them down. Except her body is saying enough, and she doesn't know how to both save her friends and family, and also get some decent rest. There will come a point when she has to crash, but she'll keep pushing until she has nothing left in her to give. The issue is, whether that happens before or after she manages to complete her task.

#5 SHE IS NOT ALONE
While she might think that she has to do this all on her own, there are others around her who will do whatever they can to help her. Penney thinks the burden rests on her shoulders, but she's wrong. She has friends, family, other people who know what she's trying to do, and will aid her in anyway they can. The question is, will she ask for help, or will she just push them away trying to save everyone herself?

So there we have it, five facts about I Wish I Could Find You, which is a joy to write. I'll admit that those first few chapters I struggled to find my feet, but now that I'm into the thick of the story, I'm actually getting somewhere with it all! Do you have any questions? Lemme know down in the comments!

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