I admit, I suck at titles sometimes.
I also suck at melodrama, which is why I’ve turned to humor, which can be a bit dangerous, I know.
So far: 861 words on the first chapter, which is called in Scrivener, unimaginatively, Act I scene I.
I have a lot of favorite lines, but I think this one is the best, and the most relevant with the primaries going on:
I had no idea at the time that the Great Old Ones were so keen on politics, but I suppose that venue fits into their general theme of mind-induced obsession, horror, and insanity.
I don’t know why my muse gets active at midnight. But I guess getting in 45 minutes every night is a good thing.
I don’t know if this chapter works. First person POV, I suppose the main character is irreverent enough to be amusing and chow through forwards action lined with back story. I hate doing the back story thing. I’ve been taught to see it as Wrong Wrong Wrong.
Club 100: Day 1