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Thoughts on Writing - Referencing Other Books For Writing Style

One of the things I’ve found helpful when writing specific scenes, especially if I’m aiming for a certain tone or voice, is to read a book with a similar style. 1,065 more words

Stephanie Flint

Episode 13: The Test - Part One

The Multiverse Chronicles

SEASON ONE: EPISODE THIRTEEN

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Trish chewed on a granola bar from the mess hall as she crossed the campground. 3,270 more words

Fantasy

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Episode Twelve of The Multiverse Chronicles is now up! Trish goes about her week at camp, facing trials of textbooks and tack…

Episode 13: The Test - Part One

The Multiverse Chronicles

SEASON ONE: EPISODE THIRTEEN

“The Test – Part One”

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Trish chewed on a granola bar from the mess hall as she crossed the campground. 3,270 more words

Fantasy

'A Pterosaur Drinking Water'

He is always asking for drawings of Tyrannosaurs eating meat. Yesterday I told him to think of something else, something completely different. Here it is. Different.

Colouring Pencils

Ephemeral skull in Solnhofen sediments

The holotype
of Pterodactylus miicronyx, aka the Pester specimen  (Meyer 1856) ELTE V 256, is a small, apparently headless. but otherwise complete and articulated pterosaur specimen (Fig. 232 more words

Pterosaurs

Hamipterus - a closer look at gender and ontogeny

Wang et al. 2014 introduced us
two years ago to a new collection of pterosaur parts from a monotypic population that was swept together and disarticulated by a flood event. 1,619 more words

Reptile Family Tree

Another flightless pterosaur: the anurognathid PIN 2585/4

This is one of those fossils
I had heard about a long time ago, but never saw until today. I read once, (not sure where, but perhaps in Bakhurina 1988?), that there was a second specimen of… 909 more words

Reptile Family Tree