Okay. Fine. They had their moment. I continued with what I wanted only to discover the second character believes herself to be important to the story. I suspect she is correct, but I can't sort out how yet so I'm writing her back story.
As I write it the first interloper, her father, wants some attention as well.
All I can do is write what they tell me now and sort it all out afterward.
Two sentences I wrote for Bound:
"Mitha was always cold. Even when the sun rained down on the mountain pastures and warmed the clear running streams that whispered and laughed down the hills, she was cold."
I started reading Freda Warrington's, Elfland (Tor 2009)
" 'To deny us is a devastating breach of tradition. It's not just for our own benefit--the Earth needs the flow of Elysian energy as much as we do.' "
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