INCARNATE (reincarnated)

Okay, so it might be nothing. And I’ll document as I go along, so you can keep me honest.

BUT. I think I finally found the “voice”, if you will, of the missing piece of Incarnate, the third (and final) book in the Jessica saga (I mean, it’s hardly a saga. It’s a trilogy, and none of the previous books tops 300 pages). The character is named Grace Davidson, and she’s a blogger who was following Helena Hann-Basquiat’s work — specifically the Jessica stories — and who is alarmed when Helena just ups and disappears from on-line. (I know, I know, it’s all very meta)

This Grace Davidson, though, having just finished reading Singularity, with it’s threatening ending, and decides that Helena just might really be in trouble. She goes searching for the truth behind Jessica B. Bell, and uncovers certain events that suggest that Jessica B. Bell might just be real — and what’s worse, out for Helena’s blood. I mean, after all… who’s sending Helena all the postcards? Maybe we’ll all get to find out how it all ends.

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2 thoughts on “INCARNATE (reincarnated)

  1. Oh! Who cares if it’s meta, darling! It’s life, it’s writing about some of what you know (or at least pillaging small aspects of it, anyway). I self-pillage all the time. It’s cathartic and quite satisfying (for me at least) to think that a shitty or insignificant part of my life has at least served a larger purpose.

    I’m right behind you (in writerly, non-threatening kind of way). Keep on going. If you don’t, then I’ll be stalking you until you do… in the nicest possible way, of course!

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