The Writer – Prompt No.10

What is the one “good-bye” that you said to a living person that you regret  saying? Whom has your character left and later wished they’d never parted from? Or who has left them?

A good-bye that I’d regret saying? Hmm, there haven’t been many of those that I’d remember. Thanks to facebook and other social media sites I’m usually able to keep in touch with people I care about.  I can think of one relationship that I wish hadn’t ended the way it did, but I’ve seen that it was best for that friendship for the time being. Who knows, maybe we’ll meet again, but if not I have no illness towards her and I doubt I ever will.

As for the second part of this prompt,  I have yet to force my characters to leave anyone, though in the Trelona Chronicles, Donna is setting up to separate from the party. I haven’t quite written that portion out yet, but we’ll see how the news will be received by the other three members.

 

Story Updates:

Blackbirds – Reeve, Janelle, Kaylee and Coraline have left Amarillo to go search for Wash who seems to have picked up a new companion. Can he protect her? Will the others reach him in time. What’s going on with Sam now that he’s with the mercenaries?

Trelona – A bit of revision in the opening chapter and fleshing out the plans for the current scenes at the academy. There will be some massive updates to it before this year’s NaNoWriMo I promise!

Collab works – it seems life has taken hold of my partners and a few had to cancel their collab projects with me which makes me a bit sad but at least it gives me more time to focus on other things.

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