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In the opening pars of A Girl in Time we learn Cady has scored a free A9 speaker from EA Games. This is it.
It will look cool in the movie.
Also, for those not in the beta read, the second chapter is published below.
Georgia had argued that sushi was not a great choice on a cold, wet night in November. She wanted Greek, of course; her last name was Eliadis. But Cady loved sushi. They had hot dishes, too. And BuzzFeed Guy was paying.
In twenty-nine days, she would be rich.
Cady was almost dizzy with the thought, although it might have been sleep deprivation, too. And maybe a little hunger. That was her own fault, she knew, as she leaned forward into the glow of the iMac.
But it didn't matter.
Because in twenty-nine days, she would be rich.
It's no secret that I've been cranking the words of late. But although I've tweaked a few things in my workflow, I credit this bad boy, the Nespresso Pixie, with keeping me at the keyboard and on my game a little longer each day.
I resisted buying one for a long time. Long enough that Jane eventually rolled her eyes and made the purchase anyway.
I started blocking out the plot and character arcs for The Cruel Stars this week. I'd been tossing up whether to write WW3.1 first, but Cruel Stars is due in New York in April next year and with the holidays coming up my productivity will soon fall off a cliff. We're scheduled to spend some time in Sydney during January (I will try to set aside a day for a Burger catch up) and the getting kids back to school is usually a week's worth of faffing around too.
Those of you in the beta would know thaty he carries an 1875 Remington pistol. Just Jason points out that this would need to be cocked after each shot.
For narrative spoilery reasons I won't get into here, this cant happen. So he needs a revolver that a novice can just point and shoot.
But it needs to be period appropriate.
<p>Just dropped the epilogue onto the end of the beta.</p><p>I'm very happy with this book.</p><p> </p