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A_MacLaren said:BattleAxe, by Sara Douglass (not a great book, but had a single scene which inspired a single line which evolved to become my second novella)
It was at the very start of the book. When the baby eats it's way out of the mother. The setting and the wraiths inspired the line 'Ours is the path of white snow and black stone,' Which eventually became my novella 'Summer'.You've caught my attention. Which scene?
brockDXD said:well? Let me know, i need to read more.
"The Catcher in the Rye" by J. D. Salinger. The teenage main character, Holden Caulfield, expressed everything I felt about the phoniness of modern life.