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Creating Inspiration

A picture I’ve sketched to gather inspiration for a picture book. Poor lonely faerie.

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The Forest Girl – finale

In the last installment Lisa and Lance sought refuge at Lance’s house after fleeing from Cerridwen’s violent transformation. Then Lisa returned home. What will the two discover when they meet up the following day and return to Cerridwen’s home? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ … Continue reading

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The Forest Girl – part three

In part two we left Lisa Browning fleeing from Cerridwen, who was revealing more of her bizarre character. Lance Carpenter, who has been interested in Cerridwen, also began to make connections with the Ash family and the disappearances of children … Continue reading

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The Forest Girl

This is the first of four installments of a revised short story. It is aimed at a young audience but should be fun regardless of age. Lisa Browning enjoyed winter more than any other season. She loved the crisp air, … Continue reading

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The Search for WondLa

This is a bit late, but for those of you who enjoy a good read coupled with beautiful illustrations, you would be hard pressed to do better than Tony Diterlizzi’s  “The Search for WondLa”.  This is a fast-paced and lighthearted … Continue reading

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Podcasts

The new podcast is up. “The Hidden World” part one will have something for everyone. To begin with the episodes are shorter, so listeners are not obligated to sit for 25 to 30 minutes at a time. Also, I am … Continue reading

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