Tag: Domerin

A Love that Will Not Die

A Love that Will Not Die

You may have noticed that I recently catalogued my hard drive and found a bunch of old writing to post. This will be the last of my discoveries for awhile, but I think it’s a good one. This little scene once again addresses Kail “Kith” Wentworth’s particular obsession where Domerin is involved. It comes from …

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Summer Fun 2017

Summer Fun 2017

Hello everyone! The Island of Lost Forevers Paperback blog tour is still on, so please check it out. Monday, July 24th I’ll be hosted by Zachary Chopchinski, author of The Curious Tale of Gabrielle Tuesday July 25th I’ll be hosted by Eben Mishkin, author of The Hidden and the Maiden Wednesday July 26th, I’ll be …

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Top Six Prompts from the First Year

Top Six Prompts from the First Year

On the thirty-first of July, 2015, I posted my first ever writing prompt. It kicked off a weekly tradition of taking time to write for myself, for fun, for practice and for personal development. Today I wrote prompt number ninety – hard to believe I’ve done that many! I’ve had a lot of fun responding …

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A Fatal Flaw

A Fatal Flaw

I like to write stories for my friends. At the end of last year, I wrote a tribute for a friend who was grieving a lost pet. This story was written for a member of my regular RPG group (the one which spawns all my Dark Space stories). The incident it depicts happened near the …

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Mourning the Monster

Mourning the Monster

This is an older scene (you can probably tell by how rough it is), another one I found while poking around on my hard drive. I wrote this for a now defunct super hero-esque role playing forum my husband used to run. There was a long run up of events before this scene, but the …

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The Other Side of the Coin

The Other Side of the Coin

Way in the long ago, a friend and I discussed how interesting it would be to pluck Domerin out of the world he’s familiar with and plunk him in the middle of a new one where everyone he knew was an evil version of themselves. Basically the fantasy equivalent of the evil goatee universe for …

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Then and Now

Then and Now

I’ve come across this writing exercise several times but recently it struck a spark of inspiration. The idea is this; describe your character twice. Once to fall in love and once to be repulsed. I don’t tend to have my characters describe themselves, I usually have other characters describe them. These three elements were the …

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