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The Pocketwatch

I haven't really said much lately, because things have been relatively uneventful. The main necessary functions of the NPC scripting engine for Spiral Island are nearly complete, special things can be made later as they come up but in it's current state a good amount of the game's needed scripts are in place and events can be written. 

But aside from that, I have been bothered trying to come up with an idea for a story. A little while back I got a pocketwatch, modern built but made with old mechanical methods. Ever since I received it, though, I have had the urge to tell a story. But what, I could not figure out, and it was bothering me.

I finally figured out what I wanted to do, and so have begun the story. I'm not sure if I'll have enough to make it a full novel, so for now I'll just consider it a short story. But there is the story, "The Pocketwatch", which is now added to the side navigation of the site. It is the first time I've written in first person in years, so it may be kind of odd. But we'll run with it, and see where it goes.

I'm also posting this onto Booksie, which I recently found by accident while doing some research.

Date posted: 02 October, 2009
Tags: regularspelling the_pocketwatch writing
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