So it’s back to the early morning sessions. I’m getting even more into my story and it is flowing even more beautifully every single day. Mackenzie is really starting to regret taking on this story of the ex-Congressman’s murder because it’s opening all kinds of doors that she had tried very hard to keep closed for years. Her history with the ex-Congressman is starting to come into play and it doesn’t help her case that her episodes have started flaring up again and she can’t exactly remember where she was the night that he was killed. To add conflict on top of more conflict, she is developing feelings for the lead homicide detective who is her inside source for the story and who has already developed feelings for her. And believe it or not, things are about to get a little more complicated for her as she learns of a secret that has been kept from her for most of her life which will greatly affect her. Mackenzie has a lot of layers to her that make her very vulnerable and very guarded all at the same time. I am really starting to sympathize with her. Is it possible that she could be the very person that she is working with the detective to find? I guess time will tell. I think that I might’ve said too much so I’m gonna go now. I’ve got to rest my brain a little for tomorrow’s early morning session and Mackenzie’s next move. Stay tuned! Until tomorrow…Is your story coming to life for you yet?
The Diary: Succession of Lies (Now Available)
Writing as “Jaycee Durant”