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Before and After

The farmer’s markets are done and now the fall and winter shows begin. Here are some of the pendants I’ve been working on over the last few weeks. 122 more words


Welcome to the World of Thistlebred, Where Magic Happens Every Day!


The reality of Faerie is a question, which seems to exist somewhere between the Innocence of Eden, and the Fear of the Unknown. Therefore, Her creatures also thrive to be just as illusive, coming to us – only – where dreams fade into the dawn, and where reason succumbs to faith.Steeped in history and wonderment, the Realm of Faerie offers us a glimpse into the very heart of man, and continues to inspire use to this day; evoking imagination; offering inspiration. 893 more words

Creative Writing

16 Days Until Halloween - Fae Creatures

October is such a fabulous month. The weather is great. And we get to decorate for Halloween. Last year, we played scary music and I dressed as a witch for when the kids came to visit. 188 more words

Dawn Marie Hamilton

Super Deal on The Stolen (ebook)

To celebrate a great time at the New York ComicCon (a summation of which is forthcoming) for a limited time, two weeks to be exact, you can get The Stolen on ebook for only $.99 everywhere that sells ebooks. 113 more words

The Stolen

The Doc Speaks - D&D Monster Rambling 3 - The Third One!

I’m back once more to dive into my favorite spooky, scary monster of the Dungeons & Dragons multiverse!¬† I’ve already covered planar beings and the walking dead, so I’m going to change my focus a bit; the dark tricksters of D&D! 1,574 more words


Spectral Visions--Demon Lovers: Embracing the Monster in Paranormal Romance, Sunderland, 30 Oct

A synopsis of my forthcoming talk for the University of Sunderland’s Spectral Visions group; more details to follow soon:

The Twilight phenomenon has made us aware of a new kind of story about monsters. 358 more words


REVIEW: Invisible by Dawn Metcalf

Invisible (The Twixt #2)
by Dawn Metcalf

Harlequin Teen, 2014
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Previous Installment: Indelible

Some things lie beneath the surface.

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