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Welcome back to another edition of Weekend Writing Warriors. This is another snippet from my current WiP, Lessons of War. Last time Chief Inspector Mara Hayle met a liaison from Baron Montagu’s court which just arrived on the colony world of Gideon to “assist” with the investigation of the colonial governor (and the Baron’s brother). […]
Tweet of the Day: I got to meet R.A. Salvatore!!! ——- ANN News Desk From Alliance Legal Desk on the Citadel January 5, 2197 ANN News Legal Brief for 01-05-97 by Antony McConnell PRESIDIUM, CITADEL– The Union of Electronic Assemblers and Workers brought a class action lawsuit on behalf of their batarian, quarian and volus […]
Tweet of the Day: Literary Architecture ——- Roof of the Interfax Communications Nexus, Chav, Landam System, Crescent Nebula, January 4, 2197 I slip into the zone as the shuttle doors opened. “Vega, lay down some covering fire,” I yelled over the comm. The Marine squad fanned out around the shuttle. Time slowed down […]
Tweet of the Day: Kill Your Rituals, Not Your Darlings ——- Jurisdiction Friction is one of the staples of crime dramas and government thrillers. The concept is simple, whenever two (or more) police forces, investigative services, or intelligence branches investigate the same (or related) case, each side will claim jurisdiction over the case, either […]
After taking a brief break last week followed by a very complicated week, I’m back with another snippet for the Weekend Writing Warriors blog chain. This is another sample from my current WiP, Lessons of War. When last we peeked into the story, Chief Detective Inspector Mara Hayle was investigating the murder of Gideon’s […]
Tweet of the Day: Writing Excuses 10.6: The Worldbuidling Revolves Around Me (“The Magical 1%”) ——- Did you write a vampire novel, maybe one with zombies in it, or powerful mages set in the modern world? Do these characters tell others that it was aliens that built the pyramids at Giza, Chichen Itza, the leaning […]