Friday, September 9, 2016

Torch in a Dark Fount

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Such fragility

Finn struggled with creating meaning narrative in his latest book, Torch a the Dark Fount.

Liam carefully spread his own shawl upon….

Who? Why would he “spread” any shawl upon…? Delete…delete…

Liam grasped his knife and savagely shred the silken shawl ….

A little better….type, type…

Liam presented a fragile white crocus dipped in enemy blood to Warrior Queen Maeve.

Ah, much better, Finn decided.  With a chest filled with pride, he headed to his kitchen.

He did not push save, something he would regret in a few hours.

Wednesday Words  were started by Delores, after battling her computer.  She can be found on Google +.  September words can be found on Elephant's Child.  Please visit her site and meet other participants.


I know these are last week's words, but I liked them and we did not return from our trip until Friday. :-] This week's words will appear on Monday!

12 comments:

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    1. Obviously, too distracted to use common sense.

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  2. Make pressing 'save' the first thing you do before rising from your chair. Lesson learned the hard way.

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    1. I learned that lesson long ago. The memory still lives.

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  3. This is really good, I like what you did there. A writer writing about a writer. I save most of my work too.

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    1. It is something that should be ingrained in the brain.

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  4. Save and back up back up back up haha

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    1. Sounds like many commenters have learned that already!

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    1. Yes, a failed save! We have all felt that moment.

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  6. Save, save, save. Which I don't do.
    Sigh.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!