Erotic Journeys of Essence
I myself hate rewriting and grammar and spell checking. Those of you who have read something of mine might agree, I don't know. I noticed a few of those kinds of sins in the collection. I wanted to start off with that and get it out of the way.
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One of the things that I have noticed about the writer is that she is descriptive. I don't know if she chooses to describes things the way she does because of other things that she has read... i.e.. her influences... or if it is just because of the way she sees, in her imagination or mind's eye, the world in which her story takes place. I found it particularity effective in the tale about the highwayman... "the almost deserted marsh road seemed a magical place..." It set the mood and gave us an idea what to look for as it should.
I have also found that the writer sets things up in a way that keeps us guessing.... at least makes us ask questions... again the first tale in the set of erotic vignettes., I was wondering whether or not the whole thing was some elaborate sort of sex game. The potential danger in the plot was alluring and enticing and kept me interesting.
I have also noticed that the writer likes to establish a sort of accepted way the story should run and then twist it around to where things don't work out exactly as calculated.