I am publishing a graphic novel.
I have the framework for it and the story is forming.
I think it will be awesome to draw.
Would you like to hear the frame work?
It's a teen graphic novel.
It is a journal presented in reverse chronology.
The first page of the book is a hologram depicting the dream world of the character of the book. Then I hope for another two holograms.. The next pages are illustrations and the last are written initial entries into the journal.
It is to inspire in that you see the full culmination of effort first. Then the catch is reading it that you figure out it was a conscious effort of the dreamer to recall and remember their dreams. The story is told in reverse but it starts with a goal or aspiration quote of the journal's guideline and ends with a door opening and the world you see is the first page.
The aspirant is trying against an antagonist, And dreams help them overcome. The journal entry also has cycle entries, Like life events. But is always written in a reflection of the dream or cycle. It is not a now in the present feelings journal...to describe the present minute is not in it.
That's the frame work of it.I would like to hire an editor for story content audience awareness and more critical details in producing a manuscript.