I have been writing this story for about a year. It follows an overworked college student who is fancied by a God of Knowledge and dragged into another world, the Dreamlands. I am looking to work out a lot of the kinks and issues with the story. This is a rough draft and bound to be revised, rebuilt from the ground up if necessary. Overall, I'm sitting at about 50,000 words and twenty chapters.

The story mostly follows Julia attempting to get out of the God's grasp. Since whenever she falls asleep, she is found to be back in his domain. Now the first chapter is mean to be a slow burn of sorts. Easing you into the world, and getting to know the protagonist. Its a tactic I learned worked in most fantasy and science fiction novels, and thought it would apply here as well.

Some of the characters are a bit raunchy at times, you have been warned.

Anyway, I hope to have the following questions. Is this interesting? What did you like? What didn't you like? What flaws stuck out if any? Are the characters interesting and engaging? Does it make some amount of sense? Would you like to know more, if so contact me and I will send you the next few chapters I have finished and refined.

I hope you enjoy and thank you for taking the time to read this message and my story.


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