Saturday, 31 October 2009



  1. Ha! Talk about cliffhangers! Excellent!


  2. Hi Jason! Thanks for the comment. I'm tickled you enjoyed it! Helen :)

  3. I am enjoying the story as well :)

    A couple of things are nagging at me though - not sure if I need to go back and re read a couple of paragraphs?

    The first thing is the American accent 800 years or so before there would be one that Liz would recognise as such. Plus what sort of accent? Like the British regional accents there are so many. Perhaps there is an explanation later on in the story? :)

    The second is "whether she was alive or dead." But she is dead right?

  4. Hi there! Thanks for the queries. I think that most Brits would recognise an American accent, but not necessarily the region unless it was an obvious one such as Texas, New York or New Jersey. The answer as to why a man who predates the US by eight centuries speaks with that accent will be answered later, lol. As for Liz being dead, that is true or rather she has died and been regenerated in Gehenna (Hell) where people do not age or grow as per the livign world, but are subject to a second and final death if they are unlucky. There are no more chances after that. I don't know how familiar you are with the Bible, but there is a reference in Revelation to a second and final death.

    Thanks so much for the comments!!

  5. I really appreciate you taking the time to explain that Helen - thank you!

    I thought the answers might come later :)