Working on the Vox

Lure has pulled me away from finishing Neon Blue for the last several weeks. I’m finally getting over the hump in Lure: moving from the scenes on the crashed ship to the scenes at Maia Colony. Since I’ve got nearly 50,000 words now and the movement from the ship to the Colony is supposed to happen about 1/2 way through, this is a good thing.

The last several scenes I’ve written take place outside the ship and that’s made me rejigger the configuration of the ship. I’ve been working off this diagram:

But I don’t think it works anymore. There have to be individual tethers to each of the bays for the ship to pinwheel in flight. Have to unearth Corel Draw on my hard-drive and draw me a new diagram, methinks.

Author: ejfrostuk

Writer of sci-fi, urban fantasy and hard romance.

7 thoughts on “Working on the Vox”

  1. Ahhh I see now is the perfect time to implement me dastardly plot! Don’t look over here, no peeking, just keep staring at the cute little mini-cat in me icon! I’m not going to be doing anything you that need concern yaself with.

    Okee dokee, now that that’s all settled, it’s time to get to work, *slips in me own sets of words (so of course I don’t have to do them) into the pile the Em’s doin’.*

    You can look now. ๐Ÿ˜€


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