It’s a story I’ve been thinking about – the notion that you could be mistaken for someone else.
And not just anyone, someone who is on the run and wanted by the police.
Of course, finding that first sentence that is going to drag the reader down the rabbit hole of the story to come takes longer than it does to write the first chapter.
But, after a few hours deliberation, the project is now under way.
So, the MC is a travel agent, one that prefers to go on his own tours so that he can truthfully tell his clients what places, hotels, and travel services are really like.
I’ve noticed that when travel writers do reviews, the seem to get different rooms and experiences than us poor travellers, no more noticeable than when we stayed in San Gimignano. The hotel sounded wonderful, and the description from the room overlooking the town square fantastic. Pity then we were shoved in a small room out the back, overlooking pigeon coops, and a shower than continually broke down.
It’s probably this disappointment that provided some inspiration for the book.
But rather than being a travelogue, I’ve added some mystery, and suspense to make it more readable.
Today’s effort amounts to 1,700 words, for a total, so far, of 1,700.