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Freebie Fridays: A Few Moons More; A Tale of Patience

Freebie Fridays: A Few Moons More; A Tale of Patience

When I asked my Facebook group which character they’d like to hear more about, they almost unanimously chose Rose. After my Seven Deadly Domerins series, I played around with the idea of another series of Heavenly Virtues prompts. I only ever did one in the past, and they’re an interesting group of traits to consider. …

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In Time’s Swing

In Time’s Swing

I don’t have much to say about this week’s Random Picture Prompt. I used it to try something new – which is really the point of these prompts anyway. It is, in a word, random. The title comes from an old poem I discovered in Grade School – In Time’s Swing by Lucy Larcom, which …

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A Matter of State; A Tale of Humility

A Matter of State; A Tale of Humility

When I asked my Facebook group which character they’d like to hear more about, they almost unanimously chose Rose. After my Seven Deadly Domerins series, I played around with the idea of another series of Heavenly Virtues prompts. I only ever did one in the past, and they’re an interesting group of traits to consider. …

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The Mountain’s Price

The Mountain’s Price

This is the final installment in my Wandering Mountain’s series. If you need a refresher, it started with Child of the Plains and continued in Man of the Mountain, then again in Legends of Old. It picks up with Council of Silver and The Traitor’s Trial followed by Spirit of the Mountains. Here’s the story: …

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Spirit of the Mountains

Spirit of the Mountains

Here is the penultimate installment of the Wandering Mountains saga! It started with Child of the Plains and continued in Man of the Mountain, then again in Legends of Old. It picks up with Council of Silver and The Traitor’s Trial. The stunning conclusion will go live two weeks from today! I got the idea …

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The Oracle’s Choice

The Oracle’s Choice

It seems every time I post an installment of this story, an addition pops into my head. I wrote this shortly after scheduling The Oracle’s Game to post. And I wrote that one shortly after re-reading The Oracle’s Disc – which was originally supposed to be a stand alone story. I’m not sure where this …

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The Traitor’s Trial

The Traitor’s Trial

It’s time for more Wandering Mountains! It started with Child of the Plains and continued in Man of the Mountain, then again in Legends of Old. The last installment was the Council of Silver. And now we have round five! (There are two installments left after this one.) I got the idea for this particular …

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What Does Writing Look Like To You?

What Does Writing Look Like To You?

Sometimes, I wonder what people think of me. I’m sure I strike an odd sight. I spend a lot of time parked in front of my computer screen, reading over or adding to strange documents. My secondary screen holds a smattering of digital post-it-notes. They often grow out of control before I cull their numbers. …

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Lock Picking 101

Lock Picking 101

Following the trend of catching up with characters I haven’t written in awhile, it’s been absolute ages since we heard from Silkfoot! Silkfoot can be hard to write in short form because he’s usually working on plots among plots. His stories often need to be written in layers, and it’s hard to weave those layers …

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