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T - Traits

As promised, today we are going to talk about dragon traits, which leads on from P – Physiology, and we are going to look at all the external features of a dragon. 1,339 more words


T is for Truman

I am participating in the A-to-Z Challenge again this year. My theme is My Favorite Books. Most of the books I will be posting about, I have read more than once. 118 more words

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T is for ...Teddy Bear

Don’t laugh at him!

I love Teddy Bears, when I was younger I tried to make some but they were always a bit…..well…..wonky.  I could never get the faces right, or their little legs straight or their ears to match. 174 more words

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T - Troy Anderson

Here is the character sketch on my male MC – Troy Anderson.

Role in Story: Miranda childhood best friend and love interest in college.

Physical Description: 185 more words


S is for Sense and Sensibility.

Whenever I think of sisters, my own and in general, I think of Sense and Sensibility. The differences between sisters always have opportunities to clash or contrast each other. 320 more words

S for Sidney sheldon

The First ever novel I ever read was “Tell me your dreams” by Sidney Sheldon..when I was 13….till then I and read only children’s books like Arabian nights and the like and comics but never novels.we have a huge collection of books at home and I was told I could read those when I turn 15 or 16.I had started reading this accidentally when my brother was reading it and had left it in the room and I casually picked it up and read a few pages and was…..bang…hooked to it.And read it in 2 days..it so long coz  I read it while hiding it from my parents…Its Awesome,fantastic…and gripping till the end.You can read about it… 60 more words

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S - Society

Dragon society. In a phrase it can be summed up as: it doesn’t exist.

There are of course more intricacies to the situation, but the insular and superior nature of dragons and their need of a lot of resources means that they are solitary creatures by and large, and that means that they do not form societies of their own, despite their intelligent capability to do so. 430 more words