Views and Ramblings of author Terry W. Ervin II
Nice job. Those forest scenes would be quite lovely if not for the words being read. :) I like his voice. I've never listened to audio books, but maybe I should try it sometime.
Yes, definately you should try it--and Flank Hawk should be the first choice ;)Actually, they're what I listen to on trips, and sometimes on the way to work and home from work. I'm currently listening to The Broker Sword by Poul Anderson (took a trip to Michigan to visit my sisters and families for Easter. 3.5 hours there and the same back...makes the trip easier, especially when I'm the one at the wheel.
I thought the sequence of forest scenes flowed perfectly with the story's verbal imagery. It was like a creature was going to burst out of each image at any moment. Keep up the good work, Terry.
DS Sault, those were images taken while visiting Hocking Hills State Park. I had to adjust modify them to make them appear evening with nightfall fast approaching. I am glad the imagery worked well as you saw it. That was what I was shooting for. Thanks for taking a few moments to view and coment.