I bet your heart missed a few beats there, Rednell :superscared: While moving several posts into a different thread last week I accidently lost part of one of Glorfinel's posts and was not so lucky at refinding it. Luckily Glorfinel accepted my apologies and was able to repost the lost paragraph. It would have been a tragedy if this post of Eryan's had suffered the same fate.(Sorry, I accidently deleted this post. fortunately I was able to retrieve it. - Rednell)
"Now the little plane drops and the fat woman sitting next to him yelps and spills her coffee; his tray of food goes flying. With eyes closed he begins to count, one...and two...and three: a religious man, he thinks, might now decide to pray. Then it is over, they survive, and as the eighteen-seater settles high above the rift of blue which separates the island from the mainland, the pilot quickly and calmly sends his apologies." - Julia Leigh, The Hunter
If what you are writing is fantasy then readers of only technical writing and murder mysteries are probably not the best judges of your genre. :happyelf:Perhaps I should seek only the opinion of people who actually do like fantasy?
As stressed by Mackiewicz, these few words are sufficient to create a complex vision of a peaceful moonlit night on a river, and also to suggest what happened before (presence of some rather rude people...). I agree!Rays of moon were reflected from an empty sardine tin thrown into the corner of a ferry
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