At this moment, I am doing research online into the form, style, format, etc. of legal depositions from a variety of situations and legal cases. I will apply my new-found knowledge in a short story I will soon be writing for a really outstanding charity event done yearly in Provo, Utah. The Writing for Charity event was started a few years ago by a local guild of professional authors to which I belong, the Utah Children's Writers and Illustrators. The event should be pretty impressive this year, with a conference including critiques from successful novelists, workshops and breakouts, a huge book signing, and even an auction. I don't know if Shannon Hale is offering a lock of her hair to the highest bidder, but if you have to have that, the only place you have a prayer is this event.
As part of the event, a number of authors are contributing to a special themed anthology. I won't say more than that, beyond this little niblet: the character being deposed in my story will not be human.
Now, as I return to work, I submit this blog post as evidence that I have reptented myself from my past as an abusive blog depriver.