Cazzy OxfordThanks for the input and advice on things that on the surface seem simple but in the process of working on something that's personal and valuable are very important and useful to make progress. I appreciate your guidance.
Betty Burston...as I read these excerpts,I see an innate gift sharpened by thought and refined through practice....us mere mortals can never reach your level of fluidity! I bow to your gift ....yet,even knowing that your skill is genetically encoded, you,nevertheless ,inspire us wannabes (smile)...thank you....
Chris Miller"compliments" s.b. complements
What's with the m-dashes before the quotes?
I found the first example way more concise though. It's not really fair to compare 10 sentences to 2. More should be more.
Santi SchanerHarry flew a kite at the beach to entertain his invalid son. But the kite got away and Harry seethed with anger. He knew that the micro drones might be watching.
And with watching came questions. Why the invalid? Why even bother pretending to care about the low class cheap DNA job they had done on this kid.
As a Valid his concerns should have been about which class S drug he was going to take that night before bagging a hot halfie.
He just couldn't shake the feeling that rose when he saw the invalid hybrid, that it might be smarter than it should be. And that was dangerous.
What else could it be hiding?
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Don Lake-CrawfordA sentence is as long as you would make it. Two words. Or Infiniplenty.