But Daedalus was weary; by this time,
he’d been exiled in Crete too long; he pined
for his own land; but he was blocked – the sea… 854 more words
Tags » Greek Mythology
“A wish, made by a child, sends shivers into the world. Vibrations through existence. And deep within the Earth, entities exist, beings that listen to such vibrations, beings who hear the wishes of children.” Professor Brimson’s eyebrows twitched as he waited for a reply from his guest, Professor Richard Clarke. 566 more words
The Giants and the Greek gods. In Greek and Roman Mythology, the Giants, also called Gigantes were a race of great strength and aggression, though not necessarily of great size, known for the Gigantomachy, their battle with the Olympian gods. 402 more words
I’ll be releasing an abridged version of The Gribble’s Eye as a series of posts focused on the images masterfully created by Yulian Mulyono.
These installments will be a much condensed version of the story which I will then compile into a sister book offered to the youngest of readers. 289 more words