Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Unusual Suspects: Norse Dragons (Part 1)

When one tries to imagine what kind of problems a dragon might have, the mind goes to a distinctly medieval place—perhaps the inability to get one’s hoard of jewels shiny enough, knights trying to slay you, or princesses resisting being … Continue reading

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So You’re Friends with a Writer…

We’ve all dreamed big at one point in our lives. When I was a kid, I used to want to be a fairy. That didn’t work out for me. Apparently, no matter how good your resume is, the Seelie Court … Continue reading

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“Jenny Redcape” is here.

The day has finally arrived for “Jenny Redcape” to be released into the world! Check out the description of the below and if it sounds like your cup of tea, score your copy by clicking this link. Humans used to … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Little Red Riding Hood

In the beginning, fairytales were not intended for children.[1] Rather, they were a way for adults to pass the time as they labored, keeping their minds occupied while their hands were busy crafting, spinning, or mending. Consequently, the content of … Continue reading

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