Back to Work

Chapter Ten of this manuscript has been taunting me for far too long.

Today, while waiting for my younger son to finish with his day at school, I sat in the waiting area/parent lounge/foyer and just typed.

Chapter Ten
Christmas Day, 1822

And then, without thinking too hard, I decided to give the son of my protagonists his horse. A little Welsh pony about which I did copious research quite some time ago.

Included with this vignette was some nice tension between the Hero and the Heroine.

And when I had plunked out three paragraphs, I allowed myself to engage in conversation with the other parents waiting for their children.

I feel really good about this. 🙂

I WILL finish this book. I will. 🙂

But not now. I have editing to do.

3 comments

  1. Warren C. Bennett · January 5, 2012

    …does the horse have pop out machine guns built in to it? Congrats on getting back to work 🙂

    • Sandi · January 5, 2012

      Ha!
      1822, my good Warren. lol No, alas, no machine guns. My cavalry officer would have a conniption. 🙂

      • Warren C. Bennett · January 5, 2012

        Okay then – what about portable cannons? You could have them pop out through a intricate series of gear type gadgets 😛

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