"A bird calls, distant and wounded. The woods are still as death. Quick steam huffs in and out of Geoff’s open mouth. And with that, the dangerous moment seems past. We gather wood and help Tom build his fire. As I pick up spare twigs and dried bracken, I wonder how far our sounds penetrate into the black forest, and how far our shouts echo along the White Road." — from the novel Sinful Folk

"A bird calls, distant and wounded. The woods are still as death. Quick steam huffs in and out of Geoff’s open mouth. And with that, the dangerous moment seems past. We gather wood and help Tom build his fire. As I pick up spare twigs and dried bracken, I wonder how far our sounds penetrate into the black forest, and how far our shouts echo along the White Road." — from the novel Sinful Folk

Maybe get old calendars or compile photographs like this to pull out for setting.  for example:  You are having an argument with your mom (randomly pull out pic) here! Or have students memorize a scene then change the location.  How do given circumstances change your scene?

Maybe get old calendars or compile photographs like this to pull out for setting. for example: You are having an argument with your mom (randomly pull out pic) here! Or have students memorize a scene then change the location. How do given circumstances change your scene?

Ethereal Vistas Archive :: v0lt0rb: “Winter in the woods ~ by Anita Kryszkiewicz via 500px ”

Ethereal Vistas Archive :: v0lt0rb: “Winter in the woods ~ by Anita Kryszkiewicz via 500px ”

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