One of the wonderful things that happens when the writing has gone well is that on re-reading you discover you were writing more than you knew. To explain, as I'm re-reading "Probable Claws," which is simply intended as a fun mystery, I'm realizing that the theme of commitment and its opposite, letting go, runs through it. I don't know what that means, but I've written it on a sticky and so now I see it every morning as I sit down to work.
And because we cannot control when, or whom, the muse will inspire: A kitten playing the theremin.
Watch to the end for an unforgettable reaction shot. As my friend Brett notes, "Everybody's a critic!"
Maybe there's a statement about art to be made here.
Kitten Plays Theremin