So after a long while of fiddling around with a setting and it not getting anywhere, I'd finally decided to begin my writing as a web serial. Am penning a novella of sorts based around some characters and a setting of mine, but I don't think I'm even so much of an amateur writer by any means.
I feel I've got a lot of work to do to make the story work out -- especially in the dedication department -- and as such I'm looking for advice on what I've got thus far. Currently I'm three chapters in, with a scrapped version of the 2nd chapter rotting away in a folder somewhere on my PC. The story is meant to be a fantasy tale in a more light-hearted 'sword-and-sorcery' fashion: personal adventures in a bronze-age-esque world. That said, I wouldn't dare describe it as anything historically accurate. Also, the main character happen to be a lion-girl.
The description for said story on the site I've got it posted at right now is as follows: "Meet Nicole, a leonine young woman living in an age of myth and monsters. Daughter of a late warrior father and a healer mother, Nicole dreams of going on great adventures like her father before her. Alongside her childhood friend (fresh from basic training in the city-state's military) and the fey being whose plight incites her to quest, these short stories chronicle her tales".
The story thus far can be found at: https://www.wattpad.com/story/108775227-lion-daughter-nicole