I blitzed through writing what I had worked on yesterday, officially letting me finish the scene I had started before I moved.
Heavy subject, indeed. However, I’m glad that portion of the story is over because things are really starting to build up in terms of action. I’m at the “calm before the storm” with the plot. I’m really eager to get to all of the excitement the next little bit of the story will be providing. I do think that I’ll get to it at the time my thirty day challenge is over.
But that doesn’t mean I’ll stop writing!
I’ll explain more about what I’m doing after my thirty day challenge when I get closer to the end. Hey! That’s only eleven days away!
Speaking of calms before storms, I listened to Transatlantic’s album, “The Whirlwind.” Given the songs subject matter about religion and faith, I’m surprised I hadn’t listened to this sooner when writing about those specific topics in my story. The song is just over and hour long, and I always end up having it loop. It’s a really cool progressive rock song with Neal Morse (ex-Spock’s Beard, Flying Colors), Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater, Flying Colors), Pete Trewavas (Marillion), & Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings).
Until tomorrow, friends!