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Alasgida

Game:  World of Warcraft Server:  Wyrmrest Accord Name:  Alasgida Nickname:  Gida Family:  None Relationship:  Single (bisexual) Birthplace:  Unknown Age:  Unknown Status:  Deceased? Strengths:  Willpower, Self reliant, intelligent, mimicry, impersonation, fading into the background, suspiciously tough psychic defenses, subterfuge, unpredictable, planning. … Continue reading

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I is for Identical Twins

A to Z April Blogging Challenge I is for Identical Twins Twin studies fascinate me.  Growing up, I wished for a twin, though I came close with my cousin, David.  We grew up fairly close as children, only a year … Continue reading

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H is for Hermione Granger

April A to Z Challenge H is for Hermione Granger Not long ago, when asked what fictional character I’m most like, I knew immediately, despite hundreds of books, all as enjoyable as the other, Hermione from the Harry Potter series … Continue reading

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It Takes Character

I am working on that blog series I promised once upon a time.  Honest!  In fact, I spent all morning sorting through my head and writing out concrete notes for it. I spent much of that applying research on series … Continue reading

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The Walled Garden

Thanks to my son’s nanowrimo workbook (I’m helping him through it), I’m thinking about setting more.  A few of my earlier stories contain settings filled with character, done on purpose.  Until recently, I simply didn’t think about trying the opposite:  … Continue reading

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Prophetic Paradoxy

“So, what’s the prophecy?” Azarial settled in the shadows just beyond the light of the fire, his back against an enormous oak three times his width; his dark skin nearly a match to the bark.  One of the curved blades … Continue reading

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