Not to sound like your English teacher, but do you really mean “imminent,” not “eminent?” And “essence,” not “essense?” Just saying… ‘Cause I love your work, but hate to see it lose credibility to spelling issues.
Thank you for your comment! I really appreciate when someone points out things like this. That way I can fix it asap, and not have to worry about it later. In many cases I’m COUNTING on my audience to help with this! I’m just one guy, doing a lot of work here, and sometimes things slip through the cracks.
I’m not shure but imminent (soon to come) and essence look right to me if i see in which context they are used here.
Loving the evil bird dude. Reminds me of the villains in “The Dark Crystal.”
I think the use of “imminent” is appropriate in this instance, referring to something that is about to happen, vs. “eminent” meaning someone in a high position of power.
I’ve never heard that. Thank you for the clarification. Now Ill have to use eminent at some point in this book.
A birdlike race, giving other beings to their maste who absorbs or feed from their live energy, kind of reminds me of the very old fantasy movie “the dark crystall”.
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