Monday, November 14, 2011

Aegidius Draft III

I'll slowly be putting up rough draft chapters at http://scion-of-lykaios.blogspot.com/. While I'll be writing every day, I'll only be posting as chapters are finished.

Capitulum Primum: Wherein we meet the Wolf of Wolves
http://scion-of-lykaios.blogspot.com/2011/11/capitulum-primum.html
Capitulum Secundum: Wherein we learn something of Wolves
http://scion-of-lykaios.blogspot.com/2011/11/capitulum-secundum.html
Capitulum Tertium: Wherein a plan is made
http://scion-of-lykaios.blogspot.com/2011/11/capitulum-tertium.html
Capitulum Quartum: Wherein a war begins
http://scion-of-lykaios.blogspot.com/2011/11/capitulum-quartum.html

Two new chapters this time; I was a bit delayed in getting the third up. Actually, though, lengthwise they could be conjoined into one chapter. Current wordcount is 8000, which is way behind, but this week should be less busy than last week. And as I mentioned last time, I'm increasingly thinking that this is more of a novella-length story than a novel-length one, anyway. On the other hand, there are at least two notable secondary characters who haven't even come on stage yet -- including the narrator himself. So we'll see.

2 comments:

  1. Brendan Hodge11:04 AM

    I just got a chance to catch up on these last night.  Very much enjoying it.

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  2. Catherine Hodge9:19 AM

    Oh, delightful. I'm getting fond of young Eric. I actually laughed out loud when Giles stared at him in pity as if he'd realized Eric was the world's stupidest man. Can't wait to see what comes next.

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