Here’s an idea. I post a quote for you, probably from one of my books, and then give you a question related to it.
Lame? Well, let’s try it for a couple of months and see what happens.
Something large, black and pointed protruded into the tunnel from the place where the light had been. It was attached to a face with black beady eyes that followed the nose out then looked each way up and down the tunnel. On its second look in Fred’s direction, it stopped and fixed its gaze on him.
“Urr, well, hi,” it said.
Fred was somewhat relieved that it spoke, which was a good sign, but somewhat bemused by the strange way in which it spoke. He decided that it was a greeting of sorts and so should be responded to.
“Greetings and good health to you and your family.” he replied formally.
“Mighty kind of you I’m sure.” The owner of the beady eyes stepped out into the tunnel, dressed in a very snazzy black and white suit, with a crest just like Fred’s, but white. Fred had never seen such an outlandish get-up but decided he was travelling, and maybe there were lots of outlandish things in the outlands. He turned to make a comment to George and was stunned to find George wasn’t there. Oops, no back-up, just when you really need it, he thought.
Jemima Pett. The Princelings of the East (Kindle Locations 325-336).
Who is the owner of the beady eyes?