What is Fatebound?
Fatebound is a series of novels by Seth Pen. It is a fantasy/scifi set in an alternate universes consisting of three known solar systems: the Sun, Solaris, and Delia. The story follows a multitude of characters and their tales as they intertwine to save the universe. War, love, magic, with just a lil bit of time travel but a whole lotta fate combine as civilization opposes chaos in life’s pursuit for immortality.
What should I know before I start reading? Three things:
- Start with Volume 2 – Journey of the Sun Child.
- About the “Tales” – Chapters are spliced with “Tales” that include important lore but as you get started, you may just want to skim these sections. The lore is split with portions of dialogue where characters ask for clarity or argue over the truth of the tale, these small portions often include more immediately important information so, if you do chose to skim, those tangents may be the only sections you really need to swallow. That said, the lore does help one grasp the politics and the people at play in the story – and there are a lot of people – so as you read further into Joe’s adventure in Journey of the Sun Child you will likely become more and more curious about the secrets revealed in the lore.
- Glossary and Maps – The books have glossaries and maps included however once you download/print your copy, I won’t be able to update it. Rather than redownloading or printing your copy, you can always check back here, in the Appendix.
How Can I Be a Part of Fatebound?
NOTE FOR ALL INTERESTED VISUAL ARTISTS: The original Fatebound series will be published in novel form, however, we are looking for artists to reproduce the books into graphic novel form and – eventually, animated or live action TV or film. We are also interested in artists willing to depict scenes or characters. Anyone interested in drawing for the Fatebound series should email email@example.com (This is Stephen Lundy’s email, Seth Pen is off the grid) a query complete with a handful of examples that should adequately display the inquirer’s artistic style and ability.
HOW TO CONTACT SETH PEN? Your best bet is through DSP Publisher Stephen Lundy (firstname.lastname@example.org) though you can try and hit Seth up on Twitter @SethPenDSP.
FEEL FREE TO POINT OUT ERRORS! All critiques, if you leave your name, will get mentioned in the book if it is ever printed in paperback form. For now, your name will be mentioned below! Email critiques to email@example.com (DSP Publisher Stephen Lundy’s email)
SPECIAL THANKS TO – Nancy Lundy, Joe Lundy, Taylor Hill
AND Chris Smith for breathing life to my stupid ass words
Hey i found the website! so far it seems interesting! ill definitely start reading tomorrow.
Hey, Stephen. I’m going to do some reading on here and see what you’ve been doing. I’ve recently doing more writing recently including a one act stage play. I’m a little stuck now, but I’ll figure out how to break through.
I just had a break through when I started hand writing my stuff again. You might wanna try that if you don’t already. And that’s awesome, I suck at plays.
How can i contact the creator of this production, if you read this, my name is Michael Parrish, you might hopefully remember this– last year we sat adjacent to each other on a plane on our way to cruise ship that would later go through Alaska, i sat there with a laptop and a drawing pad, you sat in the adjacent seat with a notebook, you told me about this website and to send in some drawings, I always thought a bout it but until now i never took the time, I’m dearly amazed to what I’ve found and i hope to contact you at some point
YO! Great to hear from you! I remember this! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org! I will unfortunately be out of the country and probably unable to access internet from June 2 til about June 20 but I’ll do my best to respond and I would really love to discuss ways that you’re interested in participating!