I think it show up fine in the pictures. Very pretty.I find reading my own writing to be an excruciating experience. I feel for you there.
That is a lovely glow on those hills, so warming.And yes, reading one's own writing, after a bit of a break, can be a bit "trying" but that's the whole point, it's the best way to see what is and isn't working. Good luck!
Paul,Thanks. There are some paragraphs dappled through the work that I think are quite nice, aside from those, each word leaves me with uncertainty. I can't tell if it reads well or poorly. Bob is reading it now, at a snails pace, but he does seem to be taking it serously and offering up help.Vanilla,Thanks. By this weekend (I am certain) I will be done for now and set it aside, while hopefully my "readers" will be reading it, so I will still feel I am making progress, while mentally I move on to working on A Fountain of Swans.(which hopefully means after christmas I can do a proper edit of Echo).I do find it a bit hard, in that the farther along I go, the more I realize I am at a beginning. But I am indeed glad, that I've gotten myself to walk along at all. I keep seeing a promo for the movie Twilight, and I think of you, and how frustrating it is, to have like minded ideas already out there in the public eye, when you have been working on yours for so long. I get that pang, that pain over my work/ideas too.
Hello Taffiny, a kiss from Rome. Ciao
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