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Monday evening musing

Survived the weekend, but I could have done without the arctic temperatures outside.

Working on two projects now. One is the Lynx comic script and the other is a project of love.

It was a project I wanted to do several years ago. Unfortunately it never got off the ground, but I’ve had the chapter breakdowns and outline done. So, talking to some friends who have a gaming web site, I discovered they do fiction based on the game as well as original works. Well, I already had the story planned out, so I think this is probably as close to getting this “published” as I’m ever going to be able to do.

However, this isn’t going to be a “full-time” writing project. I’ll be working on it when I need to refresh my batteries from my other projects. What I’m hoping to do is get about four or five chapters written and then start posting them as a serial and then add more chapters as I go. I have no clue when it’s going to go live, but I did knock out over a thousand words in about an hour on Cat and Mouse. I think that might hint at my enthusiasm for this story.

Yeah, it would have been nice if I could have written in the licensed universe, but they only put out three books and quit, so whatcha gonna do?

Sometimes you just have to write the story in your head.


I got one of the best compliments I think I’ve ever gotten my entire time as a writer the other day.

One of my co-workers downloaded and read Echoes of Coventry.  After I came out of my annual assessment at work on Thursday, she stopped me in the hall and said, “Rich, I’d have known you wrote that book, even if I hadn’t seen your name on it. I could hear your voice in the characters, Your sarcasm and your knowledge of intelligence work came through loud and clear.”

High praise, indeed.

Originally published at Richard C. White. Please leave any comments there.

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