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The Marriage of Art and Literature

Throughout history, artists have continually been motivated by works of literature. Fantasy stories can leave a deep and lasting impression on people. If this weren’t so, why would master artists of the past be so inclined as to spend hours … Continue reading

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Where is the Castle?

Where o where is the castle? The vast open patio where horses hooves clap gingerly through the crowds. Where long halls of colorful murals, rich rosewood furniture and shimmering mirrors beckon our young lady of Never Year to the sound … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Dragon?

I’ve introduced you to Stenhjaert, the dragon that lives on top of Deception Peak, keeping watch over the mountain, guarding the frozen crystal that would seal the portal were men to find it. Stenhjaert is the keeper of a world … Continue reading

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Poetry contest…My poem and Lexa Rose

I only have one more poem entered in the contest. I’m going to wait a day or two before I post it because the poem was written by Ruth again. Instead, today I’m posting one of my poems from my … Continue reading

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Come along with me!

I have a deep respect for young people and a passion to encourage them in any way I can. Having watched my grandsons in their struggles, several without fathers in the home to guide them, I feel a need to … Continue reading

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Altered now .99

This is a book I feel passionate about because of the subject matter. If we depend on someone else to grow all our food, we put ourselves in a vulnerable position. In my new dystopia novel Altered, we find a … Continue reading

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A to Z T is for Tristram, the symbol of a lover’s misunderstanding

Who does not appreciate a woeful love story? Tristram was a Cornish Knight of King Arthur’s roundtable who fought against Ireland’s Morholt, the deadly enemy that fought with a poisoned spear. Despite the wounds he received, Tristram killed Morholt and … Continue reading

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