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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I don't have time to read it through, but it seems strong to me.
    'Err' is a verb. The nominative form in English of 'error'.
    Well done!
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    Have read half way through. Really impressed. Keep up the awesome work. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.

    Thanks, got a bit of work to do, but I'll be back on track in no time.
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    I think I'll first make a past tense draft, see how it pans out. This could mean scenes will be rewritten a bit here and there, but if I like the new draft better, I'll be sure to make notes of any added important information.
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    Little question about writing in past tense. How to write facts?

    For example, the following phrase is present tense:

    It is regarded as highly disrespectful to interrupt a merchant halfway through a sentence.
    Even if I write the events that play out as past tense, surely that sentence needs to stay in present tense? If I was writing about the 12th century and the case in point is no longer relative, then I could write it in past tense. But in fiction, that is not the case. For all the reader knows, the world that exists in my book, it is still the same.
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    Anonymous User 7908: I don't get that feeling from her so much. I feel her attachment as more that she is a fish out of water because there is some thing she is avoiding in her tribe (yet to be revealed :P) and Kaynin was like an unexpected oasis. I think you've made Yelena strong enough that she *knows* she can survive on her own. She is just along with Kaynin for the ride because he helped her when she was hurt and because she's very go with the flow that way.
    And because they have this underlying energy that makes them continue on this journey together.
    Not sure who 7908 is, but here's my response.

    We know Yelena has been with another human before, most likely a long time ago. I think her fear of losing Kaynin is a very plausible emotion if you take that into account. Sure she can take care of herself quite well, but does she really want to?

    I'lll be going deeper into her past soon, but first I'm having some issues as to how far I want to take their swimming excursion.
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    *stretches finger*

    Nice little update added. Sixty pages already!

    Got a tough part to write coming up now, so next update might have some delay.
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    Since my last update I've been averaging now on a page per day. Work is currently dominating my life a bit with peoples taking vacations.

    There is more to come though, in September I should have plenty of time again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Since my last update I've been averaging now on a page per day.
    Even a page a day is better than no pages a day.



    keep up the good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Even a page a day is better than no pages a day.

    keep up the good work!
    Definately, I'm sufficiently hooked to keep this going for a while.
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