Another week and another three trios of flash fictions (triplets) that are told from three different viewpoints. I edited another five, and I have enough for a book length work of these short stories. I hear rejection bells in the not-so-distant future.
Since I was focused on these triplets this past week, I didn’t get as much work done on my novel that uses this form and I’m sure Jim will have some form of discipline. I thought I heard the crack of a bull whip coming from my front yard.
More play testing this week. It can get boring but like editing one’s writing, it’s important to the craft. “No Jack” is close to blind play testing, and “Wildflowers” should be in Drew’s hands by now.
Thanks again, Drew. Feel free to tell me how confusing the rule book is and that the game’s tiles make great coasters.
That’s all I have for this week. We’ll be back tomorrow and the rest of the tomorrows this week with some brand-new content. Be kind to one another and stay geeky.