Chapter 7 of Martha’s Children, and not much else

In “Home is where the bleeding heart is,” chapter 7 of Martha’s Children, Ned finds himself  without Martha to instruct him in living as a vampire. So what does he do now? If you’re not reading Martha’s Children, my tale of cops and vampires in 1969 Chicago, you can start at the beginning here.

I normally write an essay on a related topic in these posts. However, I’ve been suffering from a viral infection this week, and haven’t had the energy to write one. My apologies. I may end up skipping Monday’s post, too, while this infection abates, but should be back as usual next Friday. I’ve already written chapter 8 of Martha’s Children, so it is not at risk of being interrupted because of my temporary indisposition.

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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8 Responses to Chapter 7 of Martha’s Children, and not much else

  1. crimsonprose says:

    Hope you recover soon. I do sympathise

    • Brian Bixby says:

      Thank you. This viral affliction does normally run its course in 2-3 weeks, and I seem to be over the worst of it. And I’ve been writing ahead. But it does mean I’m behind on reading others’ posts, and I can think of at least one person in that category right now.

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