Just a quick update.
Today's Progress: 1890 words on In Flight. Angela talks to some of the women of the family. I had been debating whether to have an imperious grandmother around and thought she would be a background character, but she kinda horned her way in and said this was HER scene. Maybe a couple of more scenes too. I was not going to keep this story short on her account!
So I have not yet gone back to the beginning and started knitting things together after all. Soon, soon.
Eating, Reading, Watching: The re-released the first How to Train Your Dragon in advance of releasing the sequel, so we went to see that, and then had Vietnamese food.
I also ended up taking a break from writing by listening to the audiobook of Lieberman's Folly while playing solitaire. (No, I didn't draw while I was listening. Bad me.) I did note that the chapter with the particularly good omniscient voice is actually the second half of Chapter 2. (The first two chapters are LONG.) The opening also has a good omniscient bit. (Kind of a teaser prologue about an incident that the case will turn out to be about.)
Stuart Kaminsky was really a great weaver of tales. He showed what authorial voice can do.
See you in the funny papers.