Friday, November 25, 2011

FFF55. More NaNo. Meet Bill

Sorry to keep throwing bits of my NaNo novel at you - but it's rather time consuming at the moment.
Here's another of the cast from the Sea View Hotel.

He dressed casually and his general impression suggested tweed. His outfits gave off a sort of browny-green aura, as if he had been carved from a part of the landscape, and they had the kind of texture that conjured up pictures of moorland and bracken. Sometimes I swear I could hear grouse calling around him.

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7 comments:

Sandra Davies said...

Ha! I have a browny-green tweed man in my NaNo, but mine is 'a January leaf' of a man.

Keep up the good work

MorningAJ said...

What a lovely way to phrase it. January leaf. I like it.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Morning AJ .. I hope I'm recovered from my various travails with connectivity or whatever ...

Good for you for keeping up with NaNo.

Tweed is a great description for the landscape isn't it .. with a touch of heather ... Oh - I'd love to have a grouse for dinner ... !

Love the Sea View Hotel pic - have fun til the end .. cheers Hilary

Akelamalu said...

Is it grouse season? ;)

Brian Miller said...

ha, i like that last line...nice description...hope the novel is coming along well...

G-Man said...

Tweed Earth tones eh?
Very cosmopolitan!
Thanks for playing so faithfully, I really appreciate it, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

Nara Malone said...

I'm doing Nano too. Just finished mine this week and it is time consuming.

I love the texture and sensuality in your words.