My first ever novel was, more or less, Filling The Void. The plot line and the idea was same, the characters were the same, and to some extent, the setting as well. But that one was called The Autumn Winds.
There were more difference between that one and this one, besides the title. The Autumn Winds lacked characterization and character development, it lacked a proper structure, the writing was extremely sloppy and childish, and there was a major plot hole. And that’s why it never saw the light of publishing.
However, that was my first ever book and it will always held a special place in my heart, as it should. Due to which, I ended up rewriting it and that's how Filling The Void came into being. With better writing (hopefully), plot line, character development and (thankfully) no plot holes (I think!).
Presenting you: Filling The Void
Two incomplete individuals who meet in the unlikeliest of circumstances, just to be whole again. Fate sure loves an extravagance.
After the sudden death of her beloved Granda, Candice Davis finds herself unable to play the piano. With her best friend gone and her passion blocked, Candice decides to return to her hometown in Rozenne to volunteer at her favorite place in the world: Greenwich Orphanage. Between Nathan, Jake, and all of the other orphans, Candice believes her life is finally filled with love, but then she meets James.
He’s tall, stubborn, and smells just like her woodworking Granda. He’s also invisible. Literally. And though Candice doesn’t seem to notice she’s the only one who can see him, Candice senses something is off about him—and her life.
Torn between an impending adoption and a terrible accident, Candice has to solve the mystery of James and learn to play the piano again, or she’ll never fill the void of her broken heart.
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