I’m editing pieces of Ruby Caves and some of it is even too much for me. I’ll give some prime examples below. On my documents I highlighted the offending sentences, and when I’m done writing them in the blog, they will be erased.
Second, the same issue is found during the creature’s death. The Feral is having a rough night, huh? Let me give you some background this time. Sarah shoots it in the head a lot. Here is sentence one: The headless corpse was still sitting up. Sentence two: A chunk of its lower jaw hung on to the neck. That is horrid and uncalled for. I didn’t think about it until now, but I emulated the death of William from Underworld: Evolution. At any rate, again, if the readers want to visualize that as they read I’m not going to stop them.
In conclusion, I’m getting better at self-editing my works. I do hope I can avoid unnecessary gore in the future. And if you’re worried I might be spoiling anything, I’m not. Everything I’m talking about involves the Feral’s attack and death in Chapter 5. Anything after the first six chapters provided is going to be a spoiler. If I choose to discuss further, it will be minor and has no effect on the bigger events.