This will be my fifth year participating in the A-to-Z Challenge, although second here at Sigild.
Last year I did what I called A-to-Z Lies. This entailed me pulling random words from a dictionary and giving them nonsensical new definitions, mostly by taking them far more literally than originally intended. (Thank goodness for the English language!)
This year my theme is A-to-Z Lies in Space, but otherwise has nothing to do with last year's efforts. (I originally intended to include my dear friend Captain Julio. But he's been coopted by a different story entirely.)
So this time, the lies will have to do with a sci-fi story (somewhat...obviously) I've cobbled together from two previously unrelated things I'd previously written but are otherwise not already extant here at Sigild (so don't go looking). They will not be lies, per say, but separately, they will be incomplete pieces of a greater puzzle, a kind of Rashomon in which different perspectives come together.
And, conveniently enough, as of 3/18, the whole thing is already written.