Author Nick Martell discusses the process of writing his new fantasy fiction novel, The Voyage of the Forgotten. Nick Martell was born in Ontario, Canada, before moving to the United States at age 7. He started writing novels regularly in fifth grade, and his debut novel, The Kingdom of Liars , sold when he was 23 years old. Find Nick on Twitter and Instagram , or at NickMartell.com . In this post, Nick discusses the process of writing his new fantasy fiction novel, The Voyage of the Forgotten, his advice for other writers, and more! Name: Nick Martell Literary agent: Joshua Bilmes at JABberwocky Literary Agency Book title: The Voyage of the Forgotten Publisher: Saga Press Release date: November 1, 2022 Genre/category: Fantasy Previous titles: The Kingdom of Liars , The Two-Faced Queen Elevator pitch for the book: Set in a country where magic costs memories to use, a disgraced former noble must deceive everyone to stop a world ending conspiracy while trying to avoid death, the love of his life marrying another, and losing his self-identity. What prompted you to write this book? I really wanted to explore three ideas: What is a legacy, how does someone obtain it, and how does it transform into something new once someone is gone? Michael Kingman was the cumulation of these ideas. A child with delusions of grandeur who had been raised with too many expectations on his shoulders that one day he would have to save the world and crumbled […]
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