- Category: English Language Arts
- Published: Monday, 16 January 2012 13:42
- Written by Brian Jaeger
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The character(s) in your story are hoping for some sort of help. They may receive this from the following line, or it might just be false-hope… you decide. Keep the action moving towards a resolution, but don’t finish just yet.
“There was a little boat out in the swell, coming in from fishing. The wind was picking up; the scrap of sail carried the vessel forward on a fast, rocking course southward.”
"There was a roar and a great confusion of noise.
Fires lept up and licked the roof.
The throbbing grew to a great tumult, and the Mountain shook."