A score to settle
That sleepless night left me staring at a blank computer screen, drifting off into another world.
This is the problem of writing more than one story at a time. My other story, at the moment, is the treasure hunt, and it’s getting to the good part, actually finding where the treasure might be buried, and the thought of looking at unspeakable riches.
But, it hasn’t been plain saying, for the pirate, or the treasure hunters, and like all quests for treasure, it’s hard work and a lot of disappointment, working through the clues, the red herrings, and endless lies and deception.
If anything, money truely is the root of all evil.
Buy I digress…
Back in that nightmare of odd noises and misgivings about titles, I usually come up with a title, and if there’s a better one in the offing, it’d the one my editor comes up with.
She’s good, after the first reading, at picking a suitable title
In the meantime, we have a working title.
As for the noises in the night, I’m awake now and the noises have now identified themselves as normal, cats on the prowl. Possums jumping from trees to roofs, cars racing around the streets by drivers with nothing better to do, and the odd voice traveling on the wind.
Not everyone sleeps at night, not everyone behaves in a manner we expect.
Perhaps that’s a subject I can address in a story after I finish what’s on my plate now…
Something I will say about these early hours of the morning, it’s probably the best time to write, simply because there are no real interruptions, especially the phone and the myriad of scammers plying their new trade, stealing identities, and emptying bank accounts.
Tomorrow, I’m having the landline cut off, and wait and see how long it takes for those scammers to find my mobile number.
Today’s word count: 3,713 words, for the running total of 27,918.