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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: paper sun
As I already mentioned in my last post, it’s Nanowrimo time! Supposed to write a 50k+ word novel during November. As usual, my muse dislikes being forced to write just because everyone else is doing it. I’ve not been letting … Continue reading
I shared a certain memory a few days ago and it exhausted me. I picked up a cold yesterday and almost skipped posting; still so tired and a little numb. This numb feeling helped me survive and it stuck around … Continue reading
Why the hell was I there? Gida stared up at the dark canopy of trees above, not really seeing them as she slouched against one and slid down to sitting. What was the point? She already knew Illumyn belonged to … Continue reading