In Deed: Page 4

Here’s the first new page of “In Deed”.
If you haven’t re-read the first bit, you’ll want to do that now. Page 4 picks up exactly where page 3 left off, and you’ll just be confused if you jump straight in without a refresher.


  1. nate, November 9, 2009:

    Of course I’ve re-read it. Both the BODP and Text versions.

    Wow, you weren’t kidding. Not only picked up at the exact point the text version ended but it jumped right into the action and already has me hooked and waiting for Wednesday.

    With the amount of martial arts in your stories I was wondering, do you practice? If so, what style and rank?

  2. Caber, November 10, 2009:

    That was an unexpected quick end to Tandem. Although knowing DI, we haven’t seen the last of her.

  3. nate, November 10, 2009:

    Agreed. I was expecting to find out that she was an android, or had adamantium plated bones and such. Now she’s dead, and didn’t even see it coming?

    The bigger question is, who/what killed her? And what will happen next?

    Tune in tomorrow and hope DI doens’t jump to the other characters just yet.

  4. DarkIcon, November 10, 2009:

    I studied Tae Kwon Do in my late teens. I made it all the way to blue belt (about halfway to black) and my training has survived much longer in my stories than it has in the physical world. I couldn’t deliver a flying kick now if my life depended on it… in fact, the attempt might possibly kill me. I think it has made a tremendous difference in how I write fight scenes, though. While I make no guarantee that anything a character does is physically possible, I do have a greater knowledge of what IS possible (and what makes a good fight) than an untrained person might. The same way that someone who served in the military would hopefully write much better gunfights than I do.

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