General Bishop can see events unfolding before him and, although the picture is still unclear, it's clear that danger is immanent, and that he must act. So, of course, he calls a meeting. General Bishop was in a stern mood. He’d called this operations meeting of the Armed Forces Council - to which no civil … Continue reading 48-Can we hear from Mr G-G, please?
I've already made the observation that half of good writing is the editing process. If Bland had taken this concept seriously, then this next section, where Molly Grace and Bill Whitefish give another briefing in the Complex at Akwesasne, would probably have been merged with her confrontation with the Council, or else cut out altogether. Most … Continue reading 47-Molly’s greatest hits…
So last post needed some heavy editing to keep the word count from ballooning out of control. As much as I'm trying to cover all the angles, it's inevitable that stuff's going to be missed. However, I'm thinking this paragraph from the last post calls for a deeper dive: He watched with growing dread the … Continue reading 46.1-Vengeance is Mine(?)
So the next section ends with a call being made from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to the office of Alan Onanole, the Grand Chief of the First Nations’ Federation (Bland’s stand-in for the real life Assembly of First Nations). It's not especially significant in terms of plot or character, but it's revealing nonetheless: “Could … Continue reading 46-The Grand Chief …
Before we begin: Something I picked up from last post. Col Dobson’s briefing made no mention of Alex Gabriel or any suspicions they may have about an attack out west in Winnipeg. The focus of his briefing is on Quebec. The result of this (in part) is that the focus of the federal government response will … Continue reading 45-Emergency measures
It’s another briefing everybody! About time, too. I was starting to lose track of what was happening with all this action! Col Dobson’s is just so ready to deliver this briefing, you would not believe how ready he is! But as we saw in the previous section, the nefarious Jack Hemp actually wanted to skip … Continue reading 44 – Road Blocks!
Quiet now, everyone! After almost a year of blogging and forty two posts covering a hundred and fifty five pages of an awful novel, we're finally here! We’re about to hear the Prime Minister speak! Here he is, ladies and gentlemen! The man who’s won a majority government at least twice in the bloody arena … Continue reading 43-The boss?