Well, lately I've been reading a couple of indie works and there are a ton of beautifully written fantasy novels that don't exactly follow "correct" or "proper" grammar. Such as: "Suddenly, the silence was broken by the sound of a familiar voice- So rotten, so disgusting, so repulsive that anyone who laid ears on it would be infected with the smell of fish and old rum." I thiiiink it's not exactly correct in every aspect but I like how it hit me. The man was rotten, disgusting and repulsive. It got the message across. But maybe this is actually right and I'm just overthinking. Then there's this: "How good a glass of cold water would be. How good it would be to be somewhere cold and away from the sand. How good a bath could be. Maybe a good meal since we are at it. What about that dog I met a couple days ago in that forest? A forest would be a good place to stay." A character was walking across a desert and these were some thoughts that came to him, and this was the way the writer expressed the chain of random thoughts. I liked it a lot! (I think it should be "How good it would be a glass of water"?) And last but not least, from the same book, I've noticed that not everyone in there speaks correctly. The reason is probably "not from our world", but how do you feel about that? Thanks a lot people! And remember to smile!