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The Harpies!

As I used the restroom some weeks ago (Feb. 10, 2017) I was in the midst of thinking things over. This voice in my mind (which sounded an awful lot like my friend, Donna!) said, “your mother and sister are harpies!” I thought I even heard her booming laugh. 611 more words

Cleaning Up The Dirty Laundry

Author Note #1: Tales & Ancient Greece

On the topic for the next book, of course they’ll be new realms. I’m thinking about giving one with a feel for Ancient Greece. That’s to focus more on Rowan Pathfinder’s origins and the fauns’ historical relations with the wyverns (ie how did they end up at the Ancient Grasslands realm). 136 more words

Stalking Leviathan: A Bestiary of Tales

Review by Knicky Laurel

Author name: The Random Writers

Book Title: Stalking Leviathan: A Bestiary of Tales 


 The Synopsis: “It’s out there. I can feel it in my water. 765 more words

4 Stars

Damned - 2.08

“Is someone else going to take a turn with this?” I asked. The gun was heavy on my shoulders and it forced my head down to stare at the dirt. 2,102 more words

Collaborations WIP #8

Continuing from where we left off on our previous blog post, let’s find out how Kira and Lisa’s collaboration is going on their Harpies illustration. 49 more words

Collaboration

The Harpies – The Snatchers of the Ancient Greeks

As leader of the gods Zeus was in charge of issuing justice to those that needed to be punished in the Greek society. The harpies became known as the hounds of Zeus, because they were given the task of locating these wrongdoers and bringing them to face their punishments. 438 more words

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