Wherein we learn more of the struggle between Gast and Aba, we meet the sole member of Sally’s waitstaff, and Calvin has an interesting conversation over coffee with Matt Reade.
Wherein I discuss writing strong female characters who are brave, intelligent and bold, yet still balanced human beings with flaws.
Wherein an old trick of mine for bottomless mimosas makes it into the story.
Wherein Colin muses on some deeper truths when he should be more focused on what’s at hand, and using moments like these to also reflect larger themes.
Wherein I describe my use and application of robust setting detail not only to reveal space, but also themes and character to a reader, and to plant certain seeds.
Wherein Lilith discusses the beauty of all God’s creations, as well the importance of sexual chemistry as far back as the Garden of Eden.
Wherein we discover that blind dates are a form of torture in Hell just like on Earth.
Wherein we meet the debatable first woman ever created and explore the nature of the joys of tax returns.
Wherein we discover a bar you’ll never visit even if it has a solid yelp review.
Wherein we meet Karen, the Nats espouse the virtues of Sunday Funday, and the differences between analogy and metaphor are briefly discussed and ignored.