There was a coffee waiting there for the main protagonist i0n question.
Toward their lips they brought it to their face.
They could smell the heat and the aroma of the well-blended brew. 501 more words
3 weeks, 6 days ago
“Plot is no more than footprints left in the snow after your characters have run by on their way to incredible destinations.”
― Ray Bradbury… 1,525 more words
1 month ago
Yes, he’s a silver fox, because this is my book and I like a silver fox!
So back to his traits, he’s solid and reliable – she’s not used to counting on people, she’s not used to staying around long enough to want to. 277 more words
Love is so lovely.
I was going to have 2 love interests, but I think for the first story, when she’s only arriving into a new town, there might not be enough time. 402 more words
I’m considering a parallel story line for the protagonist, another investigation.
Investigating her mother’s background in the town and why she left. The protagonist was raised by a distant father and his sister. 317 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
I kept working on it after the timer went off and made some more progress. Killing people (fictionally) can be fun once you get in the swing of it. 444 more words
20 minute session today because I didn’t write yesterday.
I had a couple of long appointments and didn’t realise I hadn’t done it until I was in bed. 598 more words