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It's funny how it goes.
You set out to create a one-shot character and discover that you've created one that's likely gonna come back again now and then.
Case in point, the Cruel-Mouthed woman in Breeding Marlene.
Right now, the brain is in 'idle' and I'm just picking up after it. But I started thinking last night about recurring and one-shot characters for my Shrike series while watching Gold Rush, Bering Sea Gold and Deadliest Catch. I love those shows because that's
Having a head-cold.
On one hand, you feel miserable, and that sensation when you move your head and it feels like your balance-centers are 'lagging'...that's just weird.
On the other hand, for some reason, sometimes it revves up my creativity.
Downside is, it shreds my 'focus'...
I'm playing around with a new and completely experimental piece dealing with incest and BDSM. totally Consensual, and the youngest character is solidly 19 years old.
Is started and running. :thumb:
My brain seems to be in 'cool-down' mode, but once it comes back 'online', I'll be continuing both it and Breeding Marlene.
Updated 05-09-2012 at 01:57 AM by Marlene38EE
Coming along nicely.
The start off for the new story gave me some problems, as my brain didn't want to go in the direction I did...so, I let it lead and things worked out as a nice prologue, and kicks off the story nicely I think.
I'm just doing the 'raw' stuff right now, getting it down, then comes editting, adding details and such...so it'll be Saturday before anything about the new story gets published.
I also need a title for the damned thing...
It's off to a good start, too.
I really owe my hubby a major debt of gratitude for helping me with all the technical details, and assisting me in avoiding 'bad' technology and implausibilities.
Also, seeing the various devices, even just sketched-out roughly are a real help in describing them literarily.
He and John have really done a lot of development work on the facility, how it works, how it remains unseen by the surface world and how it's protected.