(Spoiler Alert.) Domain draws to a close.
It all came in waves today, where it was clear to me that this needed to end with a baseball game. One that cannot be talked about without there being spoilers, but just keep in mind that Riley has been here before. But it’s not like he’s dead, and it’s not like he sees dead people, either. And that makes this ending very exciting for ideal readers. Especially if they like quirky, dry humor interspersed with plans of interstellar domination.
I didn’t know the baseball game was coming until Riley had a surprise conversation with the man-in-orange... and it wasn’t until Riley stepped up to the plate that I knew for sure this was happening, and by then, the ending was totally clear.
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p.s. This marks my 23rd novel for the year, tying the record with Barbara Cartland. I thought it be worth mentioning, and will discuss this more in a separate blog.
And now, the ending to Domain.
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