Fits and starts, and grand ideas. And usually your story is right under your nose, ready to die from being ignored.
The Blue Lady is a story is about what happened the night Master died and the relationship between LaLi, Elizabeth and Missy, and how three people with a blood connection wound up dead in the space of four days, at least one of them, Blue, murdered, and how guilt was assigned that night without anyone taking responsibility.
It's so obvious that that is the story, I am so entrenched in the details of missing the point among all the details and authorial intent, it is going to take me a bit to extricate myself. Either I read too much Faulkner - or maybe not enough.