Turquoise Usage of Descriptive Adjectives If you wish to use more than one descriptive adjective, you need to follow certain rules of usage. The descriptive adjective follows the opinion adjective. To understand this, consider the following example. A beautiful, green emerald.
Litha is dying and she knows it all too well for her own father caught a similar ailment and succumbed to a lung disease during the winter. Impoverished and starving, she decides to forgo their last morsels of food and medicine and decides to leave her daughter, son-in-law and grandson behind and stumbles in a feverish rampage to a frozen lake where she occasionally ice skated in her youth.
When she was about to perish, a strange man with white hair, stunning ic I got an ARC copy via Instafreebie. When she was about to perish, a strange man with white hair, stunning icy cold eyes that was elegantly dressed in white rabbit pelts whisks her away The story is poetically written with some thoughtful sentences such as this one: The story isn't exactly my cup of tea which is my biased reason for giving it 3 stars but this book is definitely aimed at readers that are more into Grim fairytale dramas with some romance.
Litha goes on a journey through the snow in order to die but instead discovers love and warmth which eases her to a blissful ending.
Must admit this was not a favourite story of mine by Jean Lowe Carlson however even in this short story her descriptive writing is like a painting bringing the scenery to life for the reader and her sex scenes are as always highly ero The man in white is a short story of sacrifice, of a mother choosing to die in order to save her family from starvation and illness.
Must admit this was not a favourite story of mine by Jean Lowe Carlson however even in this short story her descriptive writing is like a painting bringing the scenery to life for the reader and her sex scenes are as always highly erotic, poetic and so tender and full of love.
Undoubtedly Jean is a master of captivating story telling! Anyone who likes a short read This was a good quick and enjoyable read.
I thought that it was a little sad about what happened in the book. A woman wanting her daughter to be saved and by saving the baby by saving some medicine up.
I thought that the man in white was like a saviour. I thought that this will be a book worth reading and it is, but for me, there isn't enough detail. I think the book should be longer so it would be like us readers can be taken into the events.
Her decision not an easy one but the only one for a mother to make for the survival of her daughter and family. The Man in White gave her a lovely death and allowed her to remember happy memories as she passed. As with all Jean Lowe Carlson's books this one does not disappoint.
Beauifuily written worthy of its award Nov 05, Stephen Saxton rated it it was amazing This short story is like a grim fairytale. How a very sick mother decides to help her family get through an extreme winter.
I found I really had to think if I could do what this parent did. This story was originally given to me for a review, but I then bought it from Amazon. Jan 03, Marco Cabrera rated it it was amazing I see this story as being an elaborate and remarkable vignette on the topic of sacrifice and death.
The way even the most gruesome things can be carried forward to light. I read this and ponder what would the tale have been like, if Litha had been a darker person I loved this short-story. Jul 22, Ami rated it liked it A beautiful short story of a Mother's love and the sacrifice she made.
There was a twist to it that I was totally surprised by. It was amazing, to me, at how richly detailed this world is in such a short tale.
Oct 11, Richard Goodrum rated it it was amazing Short but sweet. Jean Lowe Carlson is able to stretch my vocabulary without adding any new words. She has the ability to use words in unfamiliar manners:A Descriptive Short Story (Sad, Mysterious) Words Jun 11th, 18 Pages Every night, at exactly a quarter past three, something dreadful happens on the street outside our bedroom window.
Once students understand what mood is, they can practice creating mood in writing by using digital pictures to inspire them. Students will select a mood, setting and conflict while brainstorming. Then they will write a draft of a short story. Short Story Exam Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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