Saturday, April 27, 2019
It’s almost here! Brother Love — an all new “interactive,” three things, pantser serial. The story is driven by random things left by readers.
The idea for this story started nearly a year ago. It is partly inspired by a Neil Diamond song that has always caught my imagination. I didn’t have time to write a new serial back then, but it now it’s coming up! I enjoy Diamond’s description of how the song came to be in this video, preceding the song.
Many of you are familiar with my “three things” way of writing serials. don’t know what the story is going to do until I look at the “things” supplied by readers — that’s how it’s “interactive.”
I can tell you that the setting is rural Mississippi in the late 1950s to early 60s. I’m collaborating with blogger Dan Antion. He sends me photos to fuel my imagination. Dan and you readers send my random “things” that drive the story.
Along with the song “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show,” another inspiration is the blues legend of the devil at the crossroads and Robert Johnson.
Dan was kind enough to invite me to his fictional bar for a drink at his SoCS post last Saturday.
I hope I’ve made you curious. Comments are closed for this little teaser.
I’ll see you at the crossroads tomorrow!
And don’t forget!
Coming soon, another Roaring Twenties pantser tale, continuing the adventures of Pip and Granny, it’s…
Three Ingredients 2
A Ghost in the Kitchen!
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