Yes, start of the month, October, and another chapter up http://ellawest.wordpress.com/finder-seeker-chapters-sixteen-to/. For those who have come in half way through this I’m putting a chapter a month up on this blog of the fourth book of the Thieves Trilogy. I know – a trilogy has only three books (I can count) but everyone was so grumpy with the ending of Real Life that I’m writing a fourth and it’s called Finder Seeker. Let me know if you’re enjoying it won’t you?
all the best
And we’re up to Chapter Fifteen. I would like to thank MythBusters for helping with this chapter – the other day on TV they were trying to prove or disprove some myth (was it shooting from the hip like the cowboys do in the movies?) and they explained the Weaver Stance which is the best way to shoot a hand gun. I googled it and they were right (thanks Jamie, Adam and Google). It was developed by Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Jack Weaver during freestyle pistol competition in Southern California during the late 1950s. So the Weaver Stance is what Nicky learns in this chapter. Hope you enjoy it. And don’t try it at home!
Okay, I’m sorry for leaving you all last month not know what was going to happen next but it’s okay, the next chapter is now up!
just the start of another month, just another chapter . . !
Okay, after four years of waiting and then reading 11 chapters of Finder Seeker month by month on this blog, the next chapter, which will be up June 1, is what you have all been hoping for. Not long to go now . . .
A new chapter is up and this was an interesting one to write because (spoiler) Nicky isn’t it. So, since the novel is written first person from her point of view, I had to figure out a new way of telling the story. I could have written the chapter first person from Tim’s point of view (and lots of novels do this – I’ve just read Legend by Marie Lu which I loved and its chapters alternate between June and Day telling the story) but then I’d need an excuse to not do it in the future and Finder Seeker is firmly Nicky’s story and I’m not getting into any other character’s heads to write it. So chapter eleven is written third person but still from Tim’s point of view, still present tense. I love writing in present tense!
Hope you enjoy it.