2016-04-06 (W) Charged: DesertIrish

The first part was converted to .mobi, which was the extension for Kindle e-readers. Any good reader can probably display .rtf or even .docx but it seemed logical to convert this to an e-reader which I could also verify compatibility.

Several tries were necessary to find a format which looked good. Currently, the formatting used a double carriage return between paragraphs, which was easy to view in a word processing program, but looked terrible on an e-reader. Conversion programs added even more space between paragraphs. The document was edited to replace the double returns with a single return and a tab.

A kindle document was added to the other downloads. As of the date of this journal it was the most recent revision of the first part, which can be read as a stand-alone story.


To do:
  • Read part 1 out loud to find errors 
  • Show how Shana knew Motor and Heather were a new couple.
  • Reduce overuse of the word "power."
  • Describe a reality TV show which demonstrates the powers of contestants.
  • Describe a trial where a Charged person sues for the right to have a second identity but the case turns against him into a vilification of vigilantism.
Total word count: 27 240 + 60 228 + 83 897 = 171 365 words

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