Sunday, July 10, 2016

World War -I

Currently on the third serious rewrite of Warrior's opening. Finally closing in on the issues that will shape the rest of the story. The Tyndareus Oath: what it intended, and what it did instead. It was meant to temporarily quell squabbling between Greeks. Instead it created World War -I. So Odysseus didn't just outsmart himself; his hubris plus Fate outsmarted him and everyone else.

Most people who think of the abduction of Helen and its aftermath, think of this:

But what, instead, about this?

Which is the story most worth telling?

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