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Grumble


I’m developing a new theory:  I think Lit classes are actually designed to make book lovers learn to HATE books.  Anybody else out there (especially writers) who’ve had a hard time in Lit class? I got my essay back, one … Continue reading

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Oh Dear…


You know how it is when life gets in the way?  I can’t believe it’s been seven months since I’ve posted here.  Life gets in the way, relationships get in the way, school gets in the way, playing Mahjong on … Continue reading

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Faerieworlds 2014, a Review


I’m cozy in my bed, with socks on and earplugs at the ready, though the realm isn’t too boisterous at this hour, so I don’t think I’ll need them… But, it’s damp and I’m trying to sleep on a hill, … Continue reading

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Oh The Irony…


…at least I think it’s irony.  I have to admit to being one of those people that thought they knew what irony was, until people started making declarations of “That’s not irony!” when other people  (yeah, yeah, yeah, Alannis Morrissette) … Continue reading

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Lotto Fever: a Faerie Story, pt 2 revised and rewritten with more to read


Back on the other side of the Portal Podraig was beside himself with the searching for Danna. He knew she wouldn’t have just run away: they were in love, fer fricks sake, she would’na done that. And…there was something deep … Continue reading

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Lotto Fever: a Faerie Story, pt 2


Back on the other side of that Portal Podraig was beside himself with the searching for Danna. He knew she wouldn’t have just run away: they were in love, fer fricks sake, she would’na done that. And…there was something deep … Continue reading

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Lotto Fever: a Faerie Story, pt 1


Danna couldn’t figure out how she was going to collect the lottery money. She hadn’t thought she’d win, but she had, and quite a lot to boot: Four hundred and ten million dollars, which, according to the people she heard … Continue reading

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