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I must be feeling better. I've been writing almost all week and have made great progress on a number of fronts.
I've added two scenes and an unplanned, unexpected (at least, to me) plot twist to my newest work-in-progress, SPARED PARTS.
SPARED PARTS is the story of a boy, not quite a man, searching for his birth mother hoping to find her before he dies of kidney failure. He's not looking to harvest her organs, just for answers. Why did she give him away? Who is he? What's his identity?
I've also finished a first draft of a short story titled, Old Dog, New Tricks. This short story ponders the question of how well you know someone even after decades of marriage. Can any person truly say they know another?