The Wayfarer (mnfaure) wrote,
The Wayfarer
mnfaure

Curiously Cryptic

I'm going through plot notecards I wrote back in Mayotte (the same cards that feature in the icon I'm using here, actually), which means I wrote them years ago* and don't always remember exactly what I was thinking. Take this gem for example:

X sleeps with Y; not shedding blood.

Huh? I have absolutely NO idea what I was talking about. Whose blood? Why sleeping together and blood on same card?  Nope, no idea.

Ah ha!  Being the unfocused, distractable idjit multitasker that I am, I am continuing to read, edit, and file the cards as I type this entry, and I just came across a card that explains the above reference to bloodshed!  I'm not as daft as I think I am.  Er, or something.


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* So long ago that three of the five POV characters had different names. :P The joys of plotting before worldbuilding


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