Tag Archives: nature

The Fun of Writing Outdoors

With summer here, many people find that they want to spend as much time outside as possible.  Usually because I’m writing this in May, so I have no idea if we’re still under lockdown or not.  Last thing I heard … Continue reading

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Solution to the Summons Snag in Keys of Eden (Alliteration Fail!)

Quick recap of this idea:  Keys of Eden is going to be almost a child series with a few volumes of short stories.  I’m thinking 5 volumes with 3 having 10 and 2 having 11.  The reason for the cut is … Continue reading

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Welcome to the city of Rhundar

The city of Rhundar is home to the Feykin and hidden deep within the jungle.  Found at the base of a waterfall and surrounded by a river, the city is full of lush vegetation.  The water also helps maintain any … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Return of the Wayward Son

So I’m running into a problem with this thing.  Most of the excerpts from Legends of Windemere will continue spoilers and I don’t think I can get away with more Crossing Bedlam due to the same problem.  I was considering posting the … Continue reading

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Monsters in Nature: Aren’t They Animals?

One thing I’ve done in Windemere revolves around the monsters.  Griffins, dragons, perytons, goblins, and all manner of beasts roam the wilderness alongside those that we have in our world.  They’re part of the landscape even though we don’t have … Continue reading

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Voices of Nature Blog Tour!

Stars Above (alouette) Starry nights shine bright Thousands of wee lights Constellations light the sky Darkness shows contrast While clouds have gone past Suspended in time up high Pisces and Leo Taurus and Virgo Constellations light the sky Sagittarius Libra, … Continue reading

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Voices of Nature Review

Pamela Beckford of Poetry by Pamela and Year Round Thanksgiving has put together a new poetry book and she’s not alone.  Kirsten A of Kirsten Uninterrupted is in on this project too. This is Pamela’s second time into publishing and … Continue reading

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The Druid of Windemere

First, this isn’t about ‘D’.  For those that don’t know ‘D’, go HERE! Now, Windemere is heavily influenced by my days (years) playing Dungeons & Dragons.  I admit this and kind of revel in it.  I also take crap for … Continue reading

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Druid of the Orchid Path (April is Poetry Month)

Deep within the Umbral Woods As the morning sun appears The druid of the dawn awakens Sitting among the orchids Where not a petal he has harmed   Carefully he stands Draped in his mottled cloak That merges him with … Continue reading

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Poetry Prompt #7 Attempt: Fires of Dawn

Wilderness Greeting the fresh view As sky fire drinks the dew The river warms as it runs fast Weaving through the forest for years past Fire licks at clouds above and water down low Bathing the serenity in a cloak … Continue reading

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