A Rainy Night on Drury Lane
Tell the story of how and why I wrote an episodic novella. Which I then rewrote, cleaned up and added two more chapters to and published online for free.
2012-2013 - this entry is in: brainstorming, research and revise, proofread and edit, published, in review
A Rainy Night on Drury Lane (the book) needs to have its own URL (which it no longer has).
Can I do an Epub version? Would people want one?
Journal entries about the process
- That Story on Drury Lane
- Notice of Termination
- The “Could Have, But Didn’t”
- The Great Reveal
- Instead of Being Sneaky And Shit
The original chapters
Money troubles forces private detective Richard “Dick” Wentworth out of an early retirement and back into the hard boiled world he had happily left six months earlier. Senator Robert McWilliams has mysteriously vanished, or is he hiding on purpose?
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part VII — A White Blanket of Forgiveness
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part VI — Dem Dee-licious Golden Pancakes
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part V — Nothing but Yellow Newspapers
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part IV — Leering Pale Green Eyes
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part III — Underneath a Turquoise Sky
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part II — The Brown Note
- A Rainy Night on Drury Lane