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More Strange Animals Because It’s Fun

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Bizarre Animals Because . . . Why Not?

I’ve got my son for the weekend, so I didn’t want to do anything too complicated.  He loves animals, so I thought it would be fun to make a post with a bunch of strange beasts that aren’t fictional.  This … Continue reading

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Poem for the Stars

Sparkles in ink Perhaps ever changing Though we will never see How many have ceased? And we still receive their glow Carving pictures To tell our tales Or using them to guide Helpful to our people Evoking dreams And calm … Continue reading

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Poem for the Moon

Trying to light our path In the midst of darkness A glowing orb That casts shadows And dreams Taking several forms As it circles our lives Even vanishing Though we know It shall return To play games with those Who … Continue reading

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Poem for the Sun

A blazing ball That would kill us If we dared approached Scorching worlds Or leaving them to freeze Yet we get its gift Heat to stop the chill Light to see our path It ebbs and flows Beating down on … Continue reading

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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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