I have bits of queries, but I can't move beyond that. It could have something to do with screaming voices in the background...
My children are adorable--they really are (the best in the world!)--but they fight CONSTANTLY. Do all kids do this??
So here's what I have so far for Disenchanted (my YA paranormal):
Lilly Grey knows exactly who she is: the albino freak of Bethlehem, NY.
Lilly has one friend, so she's doing all right. That is until she goes to a party where anybody who's anybody will be. At first she thinks the worst part of her night is when her best friend ditches her for some guy. But when Lilly gets stared down by a group strangers, she knows her bad night has just entered a whole new level of crazy.
She's used to being stared at, laughed at, whatever. But this is different. These boys hate her. And when girls start disappearing, Lilly knows exactly who to blame.
But she's wrong. And Lilly doesn't know how wrong she is until it's too late for both her and the only friend she's ever had.
From my untitled magic realism work:
In Angel Grace's world of twenty-first century Victorian America, magic is common. A little too common for some people's tastes. Especially when most of those with magic acquire it by very low means indeed.
...Most people would kill for immortality, but Angel just might end up dying from it. Because even in a world full of magic, a phoenix is just not acceptable society.
Yeah, that's it. Thoughts?
By the way, I have a love/hate relationship with this stuff. I love doing it because it's fun, but I hate it because I suck at it. :o