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The Tower By The Sea

There is only a tower, standing now by the sea.

               Grey and washed out, forlorn against blue sky.

              

               On the clear mornings, on the cold, bitter nights… 139 more words

Poetry

Domina Cultures - Merfolk

“Land breaks, but water flows.”

– Dagonite saying

Several years after the toy maker was invented, Isaac Clarke managed to perfect the Mermaid Lungs, a large modification to the human respiratory system that allowed them to breathe water as well as air. 7,222 more words

Literature

The Ocean's Teeth - (Story for a Flashfiction Challenge)

This was written for a flashfiction challenge from Chuck Wendig; it was inspired by this picture.

It is precisely 1,000 words, hitting the challenge limit. 1,045 more words

Writing

The Mermaid's Pearl

Here’s the second in the week-long series of A Mermaid a Day sketch cards for you to download! (Please see the permission blurb below.)

You have my permission to use, for personal use only, any of these to make home-printed stickers, postcards, iron-on patches, place cards for a mermaid party — if your home printer can do it, have at it! 85 more words

Comic

A Week of Merfolk!

Root Redwing has found her thieves, and we’ll get back to our main story next Monday! In the meantime, just to gear us all up for it, I’m going to post each day here on the Mermaid Music blog one of my sketch cards that I’ve done for the… 156 more words

Comic

What Really Happens Under the Sea

I am working my way through Opalescent Immersion one last time before in releases in early March.  It’s been about a month or so since I’ve read over my latest draft, so my mind is fresh and the edits are going great.   574 more words

Endeavor Series

Crystal Call

Fins and a tail come

to the rescue after an

Aqua crystal drops

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