Writing has generally been a process of discovery. Recent discoveries mean that new elements have appeared in The Blind House (working title). Running with it will require going back to the plot and spending some time working the new things in. It will mean taking it all apart, adding the new arrivals, and putting it back together again.
This major change requires another 40 hours. So, that's why my Pacemaker counter is going to go from 14% complete in mid-May 2019 to whatever it will be when I add another 40 hours to the estimated completion time.
Achieving about 1% a day felt good. Adding 40 hours will slow things down a bit, but it should make a better, bigger, deeper novel.
The Blind House might be even more fun to write than The Chair, which will hopefully translate into an enjoyable read for you guys.
Above are some photos of street art taken during a bike ride along the local cycle path. The kids played patiently nearby while I got some pictures.
Recurring names/tags are Amen, who appears to be a street artist from Clermont, and Lone.
Below is a mural, which is a few minutes further along, next to the skate park.
I love the way the roof looks like a hat in the detailed image of the guy with glasses. I'm going to try and find out about New Painters Karsac, which appears on the mural. All I know about them as that I like the work and that they love fried chicken.
It's not all so grandiose. On one of the skate ramps itself, someone has also drawn a cock and balls.
If you recognise the work above, you know who the artists are, or you know who drew the cock and balls, let me know.