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Paper Mache "Alduin"

Hello all.  I’m so sorry that it’s been so long since I’ve posted.   Too much to do, art related and life related.    And the latest project I just finished was a very labor intensive project, one that I wrestled with for weeks and months.   334 more words

Papier Mache

I started this blog for a couple of reasons. The first was because I like to talk about the books I am reading and none of my friends or family were interested. 553 more words

A Hot Chick Who Reads

I Am Legend by Richard Matheson

This book approaches a vampire apocalypse like a zombie apocalypse: the goal is survival, and they are everywhere. There is very little that is new or different about the setup, but Matheson has thought through all the implications of what has happened and is thus able to convey emotionally poignant moments. 207 more words

Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

“As long as we don’t have magic, they will never treat us with respect. They need to know we can hit them back. If they burn our homes, we burn theirs, too.”

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Books

Amberlough - Lara Elena Donnelly

Well, at least it’s getting better, however steadily.

Well, that’s possibly a little harsh. This one was an interesting one to rate, because for all that I think it’s rather well done… it’s also really quite emphatically not my thing. 1,421 more words

All

Feen-Chapter 5: An Unsafe Haven

      The door swung open, and beyond the door was an old woman. She was clothed in a simple earthy robe, her silver hair hung down to her shoulders, and her slightly wrinkled face carried both a kindly warmth and a harsh intensity to it. 163 more words

Prose

The Girl who drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

There is a town between the Bog and the Forest. A small town, shrouded in sorrow. Every year they leave a baby to the witch who lives in the forest. 239 more words

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