Okay, two of them know one another, but they’re all strangers to me.
And it’s not really a bar (I think).
And they’re outside of it.
Today, though, I’m thinking of my newest imaginary friends, hence the three strangers outside the local watering hole.
It’s a rough-ish, small building that sells some manner of food and drink. I think it’s wooden. It’s on a backwater-type planet somewhere.
I don’t know their names yet, nor their genders. I think two are female. For now, my notes read:
- T = travelling character
- D = disappointed character
- W= wonder character
T is a stranger to this planet and needs to get to another one. S/he needs D and W to provide transportation. D refuses, and for W to return to that planet could mean death.
It’s possible that D is actually my old friend Sera, in which case I know she’s a former assassin, a crack shot, and the sort of person you want guarding your back. W is an older character and some manner of mentor to D/Sera. I have a special fondness for W and a few inklings into his/her past. W hasn’t had an easy life.
T, main character, isn’t talking to me yet.
I am so looking forward to this! Discovery is the best part.
Updates will be slow and sporadic, because I’m concentrating on fine-tuning the story of Carol, Paul, Joey and Patrick, another crew of my imaginary friends.
March is birthday month here at Tenacity. If you haven’t entered the draw yet for a copy of A Second Cup of Hot Apple Cider, follow the link to the blog birthday page. [Edited: draw is closed now.]