Amusingly, there was a thunderstorm going on around me last night as I was working on this chapter.
I have made the suggestion elsewhere, but as I have now formed this collection I want to reiterate that I do seek feedback. It'd be nice to know people are reading my stories, and even more so that they are considering the story and what is going on. One of the ways that I encourage this is by asking my readers to offer character points to my characters when they feel the characters have earned said points and maybe explain why the point is offered.
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