To prepare for the historical posts I write I read from a variety of sources. Two recently read sentences from “True Canadian Stories of the Great Lakes” by Mark Bourrie are: “There were still enough lifeboats left on the Mary Ward to take all the passengers off, and the waves were so small that they didn’t scare the passengers. The warm late-fall weather, which has caused so much false confidence in so many doomed sailors, lulled the Mary Ward’s passengers and crew back into their bunks.”
From my current dark fantasy WIP, Keeper 2, two sentences I wrote: “Stefan started up the narrow path, Maggie behind him, scrambling over the loose scree at the bottom. About a third of the way up it stopped in a badly eroded area, one side sheet rock, the other dropping off into space.”
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