Cart Before the Horse

Well, rats. I knew this would be a problem and have been avoiding it till now. This will require some clever editing and rewriting but for me, that’s one of the bits I enjoy. I don’t suppose it makes a jot of difference to the overall story how the horse got from A to B but, for my own reasons, it’s important to me.

I want to read a fantasy story that is incredible yet believable. That’s the secret sauce. I want to read a story where a character building a fire is described accurately. The details should be accurate as if the narrator were watching it occur. Thanks to the double edge of the Google Machine, this sort of pettifogging can go on forever.

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