Tag Archives: fae

Making Stories

Writing has been a means for me to say things that I wouldn’t be able to speak while in a normal conversation. Ever since I was young I found expressing myself on paper was much easier, and more fulfilling than … Continue reading

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Making Believe Again!

Who is doing NaNoWriMo this year? I had been debating, as I mentioned in another post to take the National Novel Writing Month’s challenge. With a little coaxing from some readers, I decided to dive in. Let me encourage you, … Continue reading

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A to Z R is for Robin Goodfellow

Shakespeare may have ruined Robin Goodfellow’s name in A Midsummer’s Night Dream. Reading the folklore, I would much rather think that he was, instead of the impish sprite Puck, the handsome young half-fae with a name Robin. Perhaps I can … Continue reading

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