Gah, now I've got a new story idea, inspired by John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice series. Someone kill me now
Not cool Johnny! Not cool!
But anyway, I think I might just outline The Carrow Chronicles, but not really flesh it out into a story - more just flash fiction (which I won't post, because it'd just ruin the story for anyone who wanted to read the full story).
Then, I'll outline the major points of Andrew's story, while jotting down a few events which I may or may not implement and just write my new idea, inspired by John Flanagan's books.
I just feel, until I've written my new idea, I just won't be as interested in the Carrow Chronicles or Andrew's story (calling it 'Andrew's story' because I haven't got a name for it
I'll probably post the book inspired by Ranger's Apprentice MS once I've got at least half of it finished.
By the way, does anyone know if real world settings are included as not my own? Both modern/post-apocolyptic and Ancient Greece (which is the setting of my new idea - I'm calling it Wanderer's Apprentice for now).
Don't worry that your opinions posted here won't matter, I will still write Andrew's story, and I will still write The Carrow Chronicles!
My decision about Andrew's story's ending will be a combination of one of Nerruse's suggestion and option 2, which was the most voted for.
Of course, I'm not going to reveal what will happen - that'd ruin the ending!