This week I have been reading “When Gods Die” by C. S. Harris, a Regency mystery of wonderful historical description and sleuthing. The last two sentences I read were: “Tom hopped down, his eyes flashing. “You mean something big enough to hide a body in?” "
My two sentences are from a work-in-progress dark fantasy, Keeper 2, and are in first draft stage: “Usually Maggie loved the wilderness, the free expanse of land and sky, but now she felt the hills and the forest thick with trees, deadfall and bushes were oppressive. The dim light filtering through the tree tops and constant curving of the narrow dirt path played havoc with her sense of direction."
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