Of course this is acting as if this confusion wouldn't exist between a book's Characters.
Think how much fun you would have with three or four...
Oddly enough a book, I am working on is based on the Idea of a heroic roleplaying campaign. And the odd issues that get evoked.
Tod a beginning...
Though I would offer that it would seem to me if the horses of the carriage ambled to their stop.. it was not their home stable or anyplace they...
Is both true and not, a working coach includes horses.
So it is plausible to say IT ambled.. or to say the Matched Bays did.
Well I have a situation where one character is heavily envolved with social class.
Starting with the "free"; serf- good folk; Goodman,Goodwife,...
Tist'; *The little Gnomish man in his fancy dress, Eyes flash with the glow for just a moment:
Hey-a Brother.. What
Frostfire-on-the-Moss: * and...
You might want to start the novel in the voice of the Narrator.. who ever you choose it to be.
In the Same thread I offered the, Statement that Master at the Time covered, Apprentices, Bond Servants, and Slaves.
The fact is in my...
Missy Tia; *moves closer to @Elsie; Drakonic men such as my Archi, take even more special feed'n, But at least he likes good food.
Slave.. Bond servant.. or Apprentice.
the last two existed everywhere, north and south.
Though in some cases bond service Was Slavery, but...
But.. "Master" begs the question; where did She come from.
Lower class at the very least.
Though I do get your point.
Just a thought
At the risk of face palming.
I still say sometimes in delivery whitespace is your friend.
Separate names with a comma.