We’ve had the twelve days of Christmas, so I figured I would give you twelve days of entries from the Spell Sweeper Code of Conduct—with commentary by Cara Moone.
THE SPELL SWEEPER CODE OF CONDUCT
(Do as I say, not as I bespell)
Do not attempt clean-up of a contaminated site unless directed to do so by your crew leader. (Side note: Yeah, like I’m wandering around, looking for extra things to scrub.)
Truthfully, these “side-sections” of the book were some of my favorite parts to write, because I could just let Cara’s voice do its thing!
By the way, one of the contaminated sites that Cara and her dysfunctional crew clean up in the book. These are my own photos of the Whistler train wreck, which I first visited in September 2019. At that time, I was just beginning to think of an idea for a book that would have “something to do with brooms.” It turned out that this location became the basis for a major scene in Spell Sweeper. (But let’s just say the site turned out to be a lot more “contaminated” and, uh . . . monster infested, in the book than it is in real life.)
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