Hannah heard the pounding at the door and her eyes flew open. That was the same moment she noticed something warm and wet running down her cheek. She rose to sit in her bed, wiping at her face with the back of her hand. She pulled back and looked at it. Her hand was stained […]Read More Hannah 2.2
Hannah 2.1 “Why did you marry a scribner anyway?” The cat Squirrelbane asked as he twitched his tail. His midnight black fur reflected the early morning sun more than his green eyes did. “What is a scribner anyway but an unglorified historian?” “You know why,” Hannah replied as she dug down in the dirt with […]Read More Hannah
History of the Fae (page 1,2)
The Tree – pg 1
Once upon a time there was a girl who lived on an island with a tree that bore delicious fruit. paper, acrylic bead (1/2 pearlesque) and glue. Paper punched leaf shape Marvy uchida mini leaf punchRead More The Tree – pg 1
Why Did Everyone Forget About Sam?
As far as I can tell, there wasn’t a strict class structure in the Shire. A servant (Sam), could obviously become a mayor of a city, and a class system wouldn’t have allowed that. Yet in the movie, and somewhat less in the book, they are constantly forgetting that Sam is even there. Gandalf remarks […]Read More Why Did Everyone Forget About Sam?
The History of the Fae – 1.1
1. The history of the Fae begins and ends in Ireland.Read More The History of the Fae – 1.1
Who Would History Say Destroyed The Ring?
It occurs to me, that unless Samwise actually told everyone what happened – because you can’t imagine that Frodo told anyone what actually happened – that everyone has to assume that Sam actually destroyed the ring, or killed Gollum while Gollum had the ring, because of Frodo’s telltale missing finger. Because by the time they […]Read More Who Would History Say Destroyed The Ring?
Maeleaclain Unrata was having a very good, but far too short-lived dream when he felt the blankets being pulled away sharply from his body. “Get up, Lord Unrata!” he heard a familiar female voice say. “Your father is expecting a correspondence and His Highness Prince Feidhelm requests your presence for the inspection of the barracks-” […]Read More The Seven
Evolution of a Book Cover
When people first started binding books, just the name on the side of the book was something only a skilled craftsman could do, embossing or stamping the leather that was used as the cover. But even the earliest books have decorative covers: Illuminated texts like The Book of The Kells, might have given people the […]Read More Evolution of a Book Cover
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