Interjection #5 (1/2)

Hey, everyone! This week’s off-the-cuff commentary I’m delivering a little early. It seems I’ve been called to serve as a juror for a suit in town, and this will prevent me from posting the typical 3 stories per day. Thankfully it’s not supposed to go longer than Wednesday; however, I’ll still do my best to get at least one out here. (It’s come to the point of me feeling guilty if I don’t continue as scheduled here, which is a good thing! It keeps me writing.)

Yesterday marked the publishing of my 100th post, despite EDAtM having only been up a month. Consistency hasn’t always been a strong suit for me, so regardless of this seeming a tad excessive, I can’t help but feel accomplished. Lol. 

I know it’s only been up a little while, but you may have noticed a familiar face in The Case of the Ashen Crow; this will serve as a prequel to my serial Devils Dance. Hopefully it’ll better personify Detective Greer and add some more excitement as he tackles another supernatural mystery. New installations of Case will be posted on Mondays, with new chapters of Devils Dance still posted on Thursdays. 

I’ve also got the finale of Red Rain started, so be expecting that this week as well in addition to new stand alone shorts. 

That’s about all the updates I have for now. You’ll hear back from me on Thursday; by then hopefully I’ll be free from court with my writing back on track. 

As always, thank you for your continued readership and support! 

Best Wishes,

DJ 

7 thoughts on “Interjection #5 (1/2)

  1. Happy juroring. Maybe you’ll get some inspiration out of it.ā˜ŗ
    I was a little confused when I read Ashen Crow but now that I know it’s linked, it makes a lot more sense. I didn’t realize the names where the same. I should have, you did warn me things were connected. I do have a problem remembering names. Old lady problems. Lol

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    1. Inspiration is already flowing in! Lol. Crow was originally in a court setting! Lol. It’s an eye opening experience and it’ll be neat how it affects my written court scenes in the future. Lol.
      Girl! You gotta keep up with these names! Lol. TBH, Crow and Devils Dance are going to be my main focus on being interrelated, so don’t worry about missing anything else in the other pieces. If something is important, I’ll definitely bring it up in italics, bolded Comic Sans, highlighted yellow, next to a blinking neon gif. šŸ˜‰

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      1. Hahaha it would help! Maybe I’ll make a name chart. Lol
        I would imagine that court is much different from what we see on tv. More boring, with only small bouts of excitement, I’d guess. Hope it’s a good who done it.

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      1. lol I agree! We should all just switch to John or Jane. šŸ˜‚
        And it’s actually pretty neat! Not as exciting as Bones or SVU, but the case is a complicated one, it’s a big case of “who’s really at fault? X, y, or z?” rather than a who done it thing.

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      2. I pick John. Jane is a goody goody name.
        It does sound cool. I wish I was ever picked. My hubby’s been selected but never served at least 8 times. Me, once, and they called and canceled the night before. Boo.
        I’d be curious as to the dynamic once you guys get in the juror room. All the strangers with different life views, chatting it out. Interesting indeed!

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