Gore doesn't really bother me in terms of making me feel sick, but it does bother me when a film tries to cram in as much as possible in an hour and a half in an attempt to make it "scary". *cough*Saw*cough*.
I much prefer horror films that rely on atmosphere rather than blood.
Anyway, I agree that it is actually hard to find a good place to split the two long paragraphs. I looked at paragraph four and thought that in between these two sentences might be a good place:
I realised now that I would never be the same again. I found a mirror and looked at myself.
because the first part seems to be focusing on her feelings about what has happened, and the second part on the changes in her appearance.
Zemira's right though; it's not essential to split them up. I just thought it might make it easier to follow .
arikko: I hope so! I miss you guys =[
Jun 11, 2015 7:05:33 GMT -5
jamiewanderer: Hi there! Anyone wanna chat?
Oct 29, 2015 17:48:27 GMT -5
johnpaladin: shoutout from North Dakota, let this old board live!
Aug 3, 2016 20:18:11 GMT -5
jcharlierose: Man, what a relic. Anyone here still alive?
Oct 12, 2019 23:53:01 GMT -5
kalcross: Newcomer to the forum, here. Antiquated fan of Chris, and old user/mod/admin of various prior forums & boards. Seconding the aforementioned query:*^
Jun 17, 2020 11:49:28 GMT -5
swara: During self-isolation, I realized that it was necessary to change the diet. I seriously took up this issue and even passed a special course as a nutritionist. Later this allowed me to find additional work.
Mar 11, 2021 12:42:26 GMT -5
avon: Also a newcomer here. I was introduced to Chris Wooding through Pandemonium and might check out his other books down the line.
Apr 13, 2021 23:41:13 GMT -5
flamelvsdee: newcomer here and the first action was like: let's create a thread
May 20, 2021 19:05:55 GMT -5