NOT about toast

My husband wants me to write about toast. He always wants me to write about toast.

Well, he’s gonna be toast if he doesn’t stop asking me to write about toast. I’m kidding. I’m just really, really tired.

Today was a good day. I’ve out composing for Between Light on hold for now in order to write its actual story.

It’s turning into a massive Choose Your Own Adventure type game. I’m writing it using the Twine story format, and it’s quite cool. There was one point in the game that I deleted because I had accidentally provided too many options to choose from.

Mistakes were made.

I call this section the Texas Mixmaster because it reminds me of the messed up freeways found in North Texas.

Aerial photograph of the High Five interchange in Dallas, Texas. The High Five Interchange is the first five-level stack interchange built in Dallas, Texas. Located at the junction of the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway (Interstate 635, I-635) and the Central Expressway (US Highway 75, US 75), it replaces an antiquated partial cloverleaf interchange constructed in the 1960s. (Wikipedia Caption)

Photo credit: Cameron Davidson

Hooray for sprawling metropolitan areas!

What does all of this mean?

It means that I’m building a novel that you can interact with. The score will finally have a mate.

And it all begins like this (so far):

First page of Between Light and Dreaming.

Until next post,

Meg

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