Serendipity - Version Charlie
Copyright© 2014 by Lubrican
Coming of Age Sex Story: Foreword - Serendipity - A happy accident, or an unplanned incident which leads to something enjoyable. I'd heard the word before, but never paid much attention to it, probably because nothing serendipitous had ever happened to me. At least nothing I could remember. But an unplanned incident involving my niece met that definition - and then some. The simple, completely accidental view of something I was never intended to see, shook both our worlds. And what happened after that was no accident.
Some of you (many of you, I hope) are aware that sometimes, when I have an idea for a plot, that my mind splinters while I’m writing it, and I end up writing different versions of the same general idea. In this case, that general idea was “the lucky glimpse”, which is why the stories are titled “Serendipity”. A bunch of you have read version Alpha of this story. If you are confused, because you have found Version Charlie, now, but seem to have missed version Bravo, I can clear that up.
I wrote the original version and posted it. Naturally, that version became Alpha. While I was writing Alpha, I made notes for versions Bravo and Charlie, as I thought of the directions they would go in. In this case, the notes I made in the Charlie version were somewhat extensive. So, when I finished Alpha, Charlie was basically half written already, and wanted to be finished before Bravo was.
So why not just call the next one Bravo? Well, versions Alpha and Bravo share some similarities that are completely vacant from Charlie. In Alpha and Bravo our heroine has friends who play important roles in the story. In Charlie, such is not the case. So the logical progression, in terms of deviating from the original, is to leave the Bravo idea as version Bravo, and leave Charlie as Charlie.
If that doesn’t make sense to you, that’s fine. I’m already working on Bravo and it will be posted within a couple of months after this one is complete. Then I’ll have to come back to this one and remove this confusing foreword.
If I remember to do that.
By then, the next one will be yelling at me to work on it. And since my projects folder has over 250 story ideas in it, whatever I end up working on next will have a very loud voice. So if you’ve already read Bravo, and are reading this foreword, drop me a line to let me know I might be getting senile.
Now you have a glimmer of why author output can be so erratic. Basically, we all do crazy things sometimes.
But that’s only because we’re all a little crazy.
I hope you enjoy my craziness.