This is the last chapter we’re putting up because these four chapters are going in the back of the Vermillion e-book, so you should get first look. (If you buy the print, you only get the first two chapters because paper and ink are very expensive and we don’t want to pass the cost on to you.)
After this scene, trouble ensues. Well, more trouble.
Bob’s working on Rocky Start, and I’m cutting Lavender, so we’ve been pretty peaceful. Until I read what he’d done with my first scene.
Geography. I’d rather have parrots.
Just to keep you all in the loop, Bob and I decided to delay starting the next collaboration until after Christmas because we have so much individual work to do. So I wrote a scene just to get my character on the page last week, not really starting the book, and he wrote a scene to get his guy, and then I did another scene so we’d have the meet, and now I’m pretty sure that when we look back to when this one started, we can use Nov. 1. Working title is Rocky Start, although I am still fond of Rose and the Guy Walking the Appalachian Trail with His Dog.