Friday, August 16, 2013

Architecture of the imagination

From The Heroine's Journey by G. Miki Hayden:

"Guin went out through the kitchen door, into the castle yard ... [Then she] ran inside and up the high stone steps to the battlements.  ... The tower was round, so no blind spots would a allow the enemy to creep up close without warning.  ..., on the other side of the keep, stone masons were hard at work on a second tower.  ...  Guin [glanced] down to the moat.  Tradespeople busily crossed to and fro on the drawbridge.  Just a typical day in the castle."

Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Heroines-Journey-G-Miki-Hayden/dp/1605922161/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1376596278&sr=1-1&keywords=G.+Miki+Hayden



 

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