While on her way to find Miriam, Adelaide walks through the darkened streets of the town, observing Glendale live through the windows.
Carver has talked Neville into trying a new line of work – let’s hope they can survive their first day.
If you’ve been following me on Twitter you’re aware that I’ve been reading chapters of my novel Virago as weekly podcast episodes, complete with character voices. I’ll be honest – I’m too afraid to actually look at metrics. Some people can handle that kind of data, but for me that way lies madness. A handful of individuals have provided some encouraging feedback, so that’ll have to be enough for now.
If you are not interested in listening, the complete novel will be available in print and eBook format from Amazon again later this year. I don’t know when because creativity in the time of quarantine is a strange and uncertain thing. But the book is done, I’m just cleaning it up.
Once all the chapters are available, I’m going to distribute them through Spotify. Somehow! Haven’t gotten that far yet.
So for now, here are five things that I want people to know about this book.
Adelaide and Carver venture into the seedy underbelly of Eastcoast and encounter what seems to be a troll.
Faced with the need for another new start, Neville makes a decision about his future; Winston does some investigating on his own in Dockside.