It’s taking me a bit longer to complete the next scene chapter for my new military SciFi novel MILK RUN. That’s because, unlike the other scenes posted, this is literally a brand new scene. The earlier scenes were created about six years ago. But I got writer’s block and things got real busy at the office. So, I stopped the project. Picking up where I left off, those scenes required less rework and review time.
That said, I’m happy to report that the new (written from scratch) scene (#18) titled “The Brig” has been written and is now in the refinement stage. It basically follows the story beats I posted earlier.
I hope to get this scene out to you all for review and comment in a week or so. Typically, after writing a brand new scene or chapter, I put it down for a week or two then return with a fresh set of eyes and expectations.
But in the mean time, if you are so inclined, check out this short and amazing video of a recent night landing I did at Raleigh International Airport in North Carolina. The view is from the pilot’s vantage point including the glass cockpit displays. And yea, it was really dark. But your eyes get use to it and that’s when your night vision takes over. So, click here, turn the lights off, place your seat back and tray in the up position and enjoy a smooth landing!
As always, thanks to the beta readers and I’m always on the lookout for more MILK RUN reviewers. You can easily join our merry crew by clicking this StoryOrigin link here then clicking the big blue “Request Beta Copy” button.