Camp NaNoWriMo Day 15

Tyler Potter

Tyler Potter (Photo credit: claireviolet82)

Well, it’s halfway day, and I hope that those of you participating in this competition are here. As for me, I’m a little more than halfway through my writing with 3 more chapters to write. This doesn’t include the fake reviews and whatnot that I’m planning to put into the story.

The way I see it, it’ll only be a matter of time before I officially finish the first story and move on to the second.

Here’s some examples of what I have written so far:

The Summary: A boy who is mistaken for some fake wizard gets with two losers and attacks the popular children’s series, vowing not to stop until the author is exposed for fraud and slander against him.

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR 10-YEAR-OLD BROTHER: This is the dumbest book that I have ever read. I hate it. Harry doesn’t go to high school. The writer of this book is a loser. 

Back cover: 

Over 500 copies sold in paperback.

Ever since the unpopular “Larry Trobber” series was published by the acknowledged copy writer J. P. Wordling, legions of enthusiasts everywhere have been clamoring for a motion picture based on the books.

But in one town in Pennsylvania, the citizens got the worst thing possible.

14-year-old Harry Moffer is by far, the lamest person to ever be born. He is no hero, as he did not survive an attack on him by any dark wizards. He doesn’t even have a cool scar on his head, either. He is nothing more than a loser who can only dream of being some sort of famous wizard, which he is not.

But when he gets an invitation to attend the famed Warthogpox High School, Harry is mistaken for the famous wizard Larry Trobber. He and his new-found friends Pun Teasley and Hildegarde Lamer must put an end to the country’s obsession with Larry Trobber before various movie studios in Jollyweird get their hands on the Larry Trobber books and turn them into a world-class major film that could engulf the entire world!

That, and get their hands on the powerful Magician‘s Crystal before some crazy person does.

Can our heroes succeed, or will the world be forever lost to “Trobber-mania”?

Well, I’ll have more tomorrow.


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