Fox is horrified!
Hmm. I think perhaps you do not know this particular fox quite as well as you think you do. 🙂
I hate your “next” button, it always stop working when I want to read more…or I’m impatient, not sure which yet.
Hmm! Well, that’s a problem I don’t think the WordPress program can help us with. I guess we’ll all just have to suffer along together, waiting for me to get the next page out week after week. (Until that sweet day comes when the series supports itself to the point that I can increase the posting frequency, at least.) Meanwhile, I hope you at least find the wait worth it most of the time 🙂
But what does the fox says?
Yes, I was being (somewhat) facetious there, but it’s been a long wait; the first hints of this came (for me, at least) way back in “Train to Avalon Bay”. You really know how to play the long game, don’t you? 😉
Mike, you have no idea! Yes– this has been “in the works” for a looong time. Especially when considering that the “Avalon Bay” was fully outlined and largely scripted YEARS before I finally got the chance to get back to Trekker and pick up the story at that point. And you could argue, as some careful readers have, that I was laying some subtle seeds even earlier than that. But the point is that I’m just doing all I can to make the character(s) evolve and develop as realistically and believably as I can. Which for all of us takes time and experiences, right?
Yeah, I figured Molly would finally be getting some action 🙂
Well, I don’t know that I’d call it “some action”, but I expect you were being playful there yourself. But yes, I’ve tried to have this be a “slow build” long enough in the series that it’s quite likely that this moment will come as a big surprise to no one– except, of course, Mercy herself 🙂
About damn time
Excellent. Just the reaction the storyteller was going for 🙂
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