#PonyFest14

#PonyFest15 is here and I’m just squeaking in my entry at the last minute. For those of you who don’t know, PonyFest is an awesome contest Rebecca Enzor runs each year, in which authors turn their characters into My Little Ponies and win fun prizes. It’s pretty fun and creative 😛 Of course, I’ve never been able to choose just one character to turn into a pony. The same goes for this year! Below, you’ll find the four main characters from the YA fantasy I’ve been working on for the past year. To give a hint about it, it includes a mapmaker who travels into uncharted territory in a world where the earth is sentient.

Kellin

 

 

Kellin is a lanky boy who has trouble keeping his spirit in his body (it likes to slip free when he’s dreaming). His hair is constantly mussy and he’s a giant. Literally. Okay not literally, but he did recently have a growth-spurt that resulted in him now standing a few inches above the average man.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Narlena

 

 

Narlena loves the sea, and for good reason. Her family line originated when a sea princess crawled from the ocean and adapted to the land. Narlena has some quirky traits (and an unhealthy obsession with water) because of this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Torrin

 

 

 

Torrin comes from a cursed line of men, all because a very long time ago, his great-great-great-(many greats)-grandpa wished for perfection. Tor gets swept up in Alia’s (who’s below) quest, but has a hidden agenda of his own.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alia

 

 

Alia is the heroine of my MS. She’s a mapmaker and reluctantly travels into uncharted territory to go on an adventure with Tor (who’s above) to save her country. She’s quite single-minded, which is both good and bad when it comes to saving the world.

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