2017-12-11 (M) Charged: DesertIrish

If you're not familiar with this book, read this otherwise you'll just be reading spoilers below.

Motor’s death brought out a lot of strong feelings and it reduced everyone to a bad state. Liz, normally level-headed started an argument with Heather to draw her off Charley. Head was beside himself with grief and wanted the chaos to stop. Dawson finally took the reins and began a plan to find the ONYX men who shot Motor. Everyone followed his orders. Heather asked what he planned to do, to which he responded, “We’re going to shoot back.”

Part of this writing session involved going back through the story to add details which will come up later, like Motor and Head leaving for the day instead of showing Dawson how to pilot. Vani brought the bottle of champagne aboard. Titan got the guns and targeting working accurately enough to cut apart a tumbleweed.


Today’s word count: 555 words
Total word count: 239 740 + 555 = 240 295 words

Today's recording time: 0 minutes
Total recorded timed: 14:50

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