In the first and final year of my degree I participated in Be More Creative, an event hosted by White Water Writers at Keele University. Over a period of one week myself and several other students plotted, wrote and edited a novel. The published result can be found on Amazon.
I wrote a novel in collaboration with 5 students. After some debate, we settled on calling it: "The Charms of Terraglacia". Our final word count was 41,477 and the finished result was published on Amazon. Check out the blurb below:
John Milk had only ever known his home to be a land of ice and order. The Elders’ Council oversaw all aspects of life, his sister Lily whiled away her time carving protective charms and John himself spent his days working on the farmland. However, everything changes when he finds a mysterious relic in the ice. One discovery leads to another and, before the ice has a chance to thaw, John finds himself questioning everything that he knows.
I wrote a novel with 7 other students. We eventually titled it: "Breakfast Plans/Artificial Dreams" (the title and cover image changes according to which side of the book you're looking at). Our final word count was over 46k and the result was published on Amazon. Check out the blurb below:
An AI, a student, a cult, a glitching ghost, an investigative reporter, a tormented scientist and a girl in a coma. What on Earth does it all have to do with waffles?