The Box

by H. Lovelyn Bettison

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Synopsis

What’s in the box? Indy would sure like to know.

When Tom offers Indy two thousand dollars to transport a mysterious box across the country, she reluctantly agrees to do it. Accompanied by her ex-boyfriend, Koji, and flower child friend, Eve, Indy embarks on a journey that is bound to be anything but ordinary.

Not too long after their trip gets underway, they come to the realization that the box holds a force beyond their control. Will they make it to their destination? Will they lose their sanity or maybe even their lives in the process?

Story Elements

Ratings Factors

Language: No profanity or censor words
Sexual Content: No sexual acts implied or described
Target Audience Age: 18-34 (New adult/twentysomethings)
Violence: None

Setting

Geography: USA
Realism: World is similar to ours, but plot elements involve fantasy or magic
Setting Type: Urban (city)
Time Period: 2000 - 2009

Main Character

Age: Young Adult
Gender: Female
Race: Irrelevant
Religion: Irrelevant
Sexual Preference: Irrelevant or N/A

Styles & Themes

Humor: Serious
Inspires Reader to Feel: Confident/Self-Motivated
Mysteries & Puzzles: Modest mystery element(s) to story
Pacing: Time to savor, deliberate
Physical Action: Negligible physical action
Political/Social Commentary: Politics irrelevant to story
Romance: Minor romance, not a significant story driver
Genre Fantasy
 
Realism:
  • World is similar to ours, but plot elements include magic
  • Fantasy world with low or no magic
  • Fantasy world where magic is prevalent
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Setting Type:
  • Fantasy
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Time Period:
  • N/A (Fantasy Setting)

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About the author

H. Lovelyn Bettison

I’ve always loved to make things. Even as a child my hands were always busy writing stories or drawing pictures. Back then my stories were about talking trees and magical lands. The trees no longer talk, but my stories still contain some magical elements. They feature people struggling to realize their full potential and examine the ways people tend to sell themselves short. We all do it at times and the gap between what most people do and what they have the potential to do fascinates me.