A score to settle
It’s a little more settled this morning, sitting down in front of the laptop and ready to go. The plan is in three different places, which is not what was meant to happen, but at various stages of the development process in the previous few weeks, I had to use different apps on my phone to make notes as ideas came to me.
If only Scrivener came on a Samsung phone!
But I will take the time to sit down and join the disparate pieces together, but as we all know that takes time, and time is of the essence.
So, today, it’s about the intermediate characters. The one I like the most is the police chief, an honest man working under a corrupt government, and military, knowing their foibles, and yet maintaining the ideal that the letter of the law will not be bent by his masters.
It makes for an interesting dynamic.
There are others, but these will be teased out as the story progresses, especially the girl in white who appears almosts like an apparition.
Then, of course, is the international media contingent in the city for the conference, of which some are not necessarily who they say they are.
Today’s word count: 1,587 words, for the running total of 5,751.