Bit of a cold snap settling in, so I’m content to sit at my desk and type today. Yesterday was not bad as far as work goes. Got another chapter done. It had one of the most difficult writing techniques I’d ever worked with in terms of getting my idea across of what was going on and still stay in first person. I wouldn’t want to try this five years ago, but I think I have something I can tweak and have it be successful. I’ve never seen it done before, though I’m positive it has been. I don’t read as much as I should. Meh . . . What are you going to do?
Anyway, it left me in a rather confused state of mind, (though pleased) when I printed out the rough chapter and filed it away in the cabinet of awesomeness. My outline is shot to pieces by what happened in said chapter, but that’s okay. I’ll work back to it after I take care of this one thing that evolved. Today should be fun as a secondary character comes to terms with that he has grossly underestimated Peri’s abilities due to his pride and inability to separate her from his past, and that his failing to accept it has caused Peri great pain when she trusted him to have her back. It’s kind of like “I don’t have to pay attention because she can’t hit the ball that far” but involving guns and bad guys. I love my secondary characters.