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If you are writing about a character, if he's a powerful character, unless you give him vulnerability, I don't think he'll be as interesting to the reader. - Stan Lee
Six Sentence Sunday
I remembered to sign up for 6 Sentence Sunday *cheers and a very large grin
Now, I just have to work out how to get the post up quicker.
This Sunday I am posting from my romantic fiction.
Darrah has been charged with finding and rescuing the Regal's heir. The evidence suggests he was taken by a band of Sarkisians who feed directly from the living. Darrah fights her cultural prejudice and instinctive fears when The Sarkisian Council send Fauld Hale to work alongside her to rescue the boy and maintain the fragile peace between their peoples.
Like every other night, Hale took up a position on a rocky outcrop nearby. The ragged edge of flint was highlighted by the setting sun. Hale had pulled his legs up, his leather bag positioned underneath to absorb the worst of the sharp surface. Darrah had always assumed he rested apart because he distrusted them. Looking at the lush grass and the night flowers that grew in the glade, she wondered if she had misunderstood how he felt about his Sarkisian nature. Did he fear not being able to control the dele that could syphon the strength from any living thing near him?
DO YOU THINK VULNERABILITY IS A WEAKNESS?