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Weekend Writing Warriors 8 December 2019 (FA, PA, SF)
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I wonder why the dream house couldn't be much worse.ReplyDelete
It should actually be called the nightmare house. But that isn't very good for property values! ;-)Delete
Off to the Dream Housem where no doubt all kinds of adventures await! I thought the snippet was an effective transition into...whatever comes next...ReplyDelete
Thank you, Veronica. I appreciate your comment!Delete
I wonder what will happen in the Dream House? Enjoyed the excerpt!ReplyDelete
My guess would be something from the kind of dreams that one doesn't enjoy but which make for interesting storytelling!Delete
Interesting snippet. I like that last sentence. It kind of says everything.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Iris. Ketil is not a very trusting person by nature. He sees something in Yitzy which causes him to go against his nature.Delete
Sounds like there is an adventure waiting for them once they head through the corridor. I'm curious to know more.ReplyDelete
There is indeed. Thanks for visiting!Delete
Good job showing his decisiveness and determination to protect them.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Diane. I'm glad that came across!Delete
I get the feeling The Dream House is going to be worse than he expects. As for trusting each other... I don't see that plan is going to work well for them.ReplyDelete
One can only read on and find out! But yes, the Dream House is, shall we say, not very dreamy.Delete