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Weekend Writing Warriors 13 September 2020
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I love visualizing from your fantastical descriptions. The ghouls are my favs!ReplyDelete
Interesting description of the various ghosts and ghouls!ReplyDelete
Great description! You really make it easy to envision Yitzy. :-)ReplyDelete
"Young blonde shadow of a fencepost" is almost Shakespearean as an insult LOL. Enjoyed the vivid descriptions in the snippet!ReplyDelete
I love their insults.ReplyDelete
Reading this, I'd already formulated a comment about how ugly this Eihort is ... but then I read about Yitzy, and he's just as bad. They're both extremely vivid creations.ReplyDelete
Interesting descriptions this week.ReplyDelete
Love the descriptions of the ghouls! Interesting world (though not one I'd want to live in).ReplyDelete
Ketil sounds so sassy, I love the dialogue here!ReplyDelete
Interesting and intriguing descriptions, and unique to what we commonly consider ghouls. Great job.ReplyDelete