Welcome to the twentieth day of my personal A to Z challenge for the month of May. Since today is day twenty, it means we are on the letter t. T is for time.
Time is an interesting concept in Trajectory.
You have time where Joe observes for hours and days on end, yet the story does not drag.
You have the expenditure of time for the complications of his situation with Claudette, as well as the unfolding of events between Joe and Michael.
You have the passage of time while Joe recuperates and rehabilitates after Michael's attack.
When you're writing about a sniper who can lay still for hours or even days at a clip, but who also suffered serious injuries and has a long road of recovery ahead of them, time can be a tricky thing. It is sometimes difficult to write about the passage of time, this new and improved Trajectory, though, handles it perfectly.