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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: setting
The old, drab-coloured mom and pop bait shop several blocks away provided little in the way of entertainment, even for the most bored of pre-teens. I found myself there all the same, with nothing better to do than poke around. … Continue reading
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
Adventure Ends Beginning
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