The Tale of the Winter King has the ability to be told in either a very graphic way, or in the sense of way that it could appeal to younger audiences. Think Harry Potter vs A Song of Ice and Fire. (In terms of violence) Which ought I choose? I like the graphic a great deal, but would not chances be better if it weren't that graphic? aka HP An example is a scene, where this huntsman / assassin guy of mine catches the man he hunted. He then interrogates him as he drives the dagger in his thigh then shoulder. After he is unwilling to cooperate-- the huntsman recklessly begins carving off the other guys head (as he is alive) and well I detailed to the point that the man getting his head carved off is gagging and coughing on his own blood, and that the dagger this huntsman uses cuts through his pink flesh and bone all the same as blood squirts a meter away, dying the snow in crimson red. (I'm very very very tired, so I'm sorry for idiotic english, and or silly grammar mistakes, I'm just tryin to stay awake till lasagna!!) The other way I would do it is that the huntsman simply stabs him in thigh and shoulder. Then cuts his throat after being unwilling to cooperate, then we get him searching the body for loot, and THEN we get to know that he simply cuts of the head and puts it in a brown linen pouch. (He needs the head as proof, so it is going off no matter what.) So I'll assume that I would have the chance of a bigger audience if I chose the less graphic version. (I think?) But then again I'm not sure, which is why I ask you guys / ladies.