Five pages written today, written in somewhat of a hurry, but still good stuff. Time at the keyboard had to accommodate other obligations. Stuff happens. You internalize everyday activities and then you can use them for verisimilitude in your writing. Life is recyclable.
In today's scene, a principal character comes to the unsettling realization that the leader of the antagonists has been operating under her very nose, but comes up with an idea to turn the tables. Meanwhile, the core of the antagonists displays the flexibility to change their tactics to their circumstances. Doubtless, new realities and reactions will be introduced as the story races to a conclusion. This is a good thing. Keeps the reader guessing—and reading.
Day 80 of writing my new novel is done.