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Hello! I'm Ash, a type of mud faery. My maker said, as a rule, I usually deal with whatever is left behind after a forest fire, turning pieces of burnt wood and ashes into new soil. But since fires are rare, I also work with dried out things, and, on occasion, dead stuff. Saronai adopted me. I'm her more earthy muse!
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Tag Archives: culture
In the Harry Potter series, JK Rowling created a fantastic wizarding world many around the world (myself included) enjoy. We even read (and/or watched) sample tastes of the wizarding world in France and Norway/Sweden (with students from as far … Continue reading
And another nanowrimo ends barely begun. Next year I aim to try my absolute hardest to start in October. Part of my problem is that I don’t remember nanowrimo until November and I spend the better part of the first … Continue reading
I absolutely love to study real cultures and create new ones. I do use real cultures to inspire cultures I’ve created in fiction, and at times I’m sure the culture that inspired me is obvious. The Arashanti culture is likely … Continue reading
Snow Faerie Dance * Beautiful they fall, Dancing to the ground. Almost cannot see them, Unless you know to LOOK Glittery white figures, Disguised as flakes of snow, See the bigger picture, Their figures you’ll behold. They still my breath, … Continue reading
In my last post, I talked about my great-grandma, Goldie and my Cherokee heritage. I also spoke briefly of my current search for a surname to pair with Saronai. Welcome to the official identity quest post! At the heart of … Continue reading
On flat and even ground I ran the lengths of a dreamforest where the perfectly spaced trees grew straight and even without variance to size. The smooth trunks split into branches out of sight, far above my head. I cannot … Continue reading