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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: stories
Silent Rain Silent Rain Episode 10: Prisoners In total, twenty refugees, more than half of them children, the rest fathers and other adult males without druid training, arrived. Some of the men helped carry three wounded on cots; two sentinels … Continue reading
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
Silent Rain Silent Rain Episode 4: An Old Enemy There was no mistaking the distant alarm of a long and deep horn blast. It raked Lesara from sleep early. Adriala already stirred noisily from her cot in … Continue reading
Silent Rain Silent Rain Episode 2: Breaking the Fast After every fasting her mother demanded, the flat bread always smelled divine, even if her stomach remained unsatisfied by how slowly she reintroduced food. Any other time flat … Continue reading
Silent Rain Silent Rain Episode One: Seeking a Vision Wispy tendrils of smoke rose and danced from the altar, creating a gossamer web above before blurring into a thin fog near the ceiling. The burning herbs with their heavy-sweet … Continue reading
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
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
My nanowrimo project? Nope! Still without a clue. Go me! I’ve waffled and hedged but come up with the complete list of 19 projects what want attention. NINETEEN! My interest in each one is equal, and as I attempt to … Continue reading
I mentioned this treasured item (by both my sister and I) in at least one post prior. I find myself thinking of it again and felt it deserved its own entry. My mother wrote short stories in my early childhood. … Continue reading