clues at the scene

clues at the scene

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Dead Broad in the Library

More bits of dialogue and story notes. New pipe (an Author model ... have to make good on that one).

Am I the only one walking around with parts of stories in their pockets at the end of the day ? I can't be.

Well - short entry tonight because I am hard at work on the white room story I discussed a little in yesterday's post. I want to get that one done this week and put on ice.

I've got a dead broad in the library and a husband in interrogation #3. I won't hang him upside down and put cigarette butts out on the back of his head. It isn't the R.U.C. doing the business.

I can't believe the Pope is retiring. I have him as a prime example in a story as a poor bastard with a job-for-life. Now I'm stuck with Elizabeth R. , Castro, and a handful of African Despots.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I wish I could say I had a pocket full of notes. Then I'd feel like a great writer. If I could crawl into a corner of your mind, I'm sure I'd find a pot of gold. In the meantime, I'll drudge through my scraps and pray for something brilliant. :P And I'm still laughing over your bit about the pope.