Tom continues to try and cope with the loss of his wife and child. We catch up with him on the worst night of his life, where he has to go identify their bodies. Jerry, thier killer, is still on the run, but has run out of steam. He tries to find a place to park his truck and get some sleep without getting captured by police. Some background music was added to this episode to help capture the intense emotions of the characters. I hope you enjoy, and you may need a tissue or two for this short but powerful episode.
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Tim Ward, @timothycward on twitter, interviewed me on his writing podcast AudioTim.com. Though just getting off the ground, his podcast is great and I highly recommend it. I had listened to all of his episodes before being invited to go on the show; in fact I was invited to talk more about a comment I left him for one of his episodes. If you're a new writer, go check out the podcast. Tim is a great guy and I had a lot of fun talking with him about writing. During NaNoWriMo this year, he and I would often have word wars; posting our new word counts to brag that we had pulled ahead and egg eachother on towards more and more words. So go have a listen to his podcast, leave comments, and maybe you'll be interviewed next!