MRAT- Short Update

It's been eight months since our Mad-Read-a-Thon has been announced and I have been slowly but surely getting through books.  I have read a total of four books and even though it's not much, it feels pretty good to get back into reading. I have placed our reading goal at 15 books for the year... Continue Reading →

Writerly Research: Angels Part One of Three

Location: Library of Abriel, Moorburg, Creativity Forest. Hello and welcome my readers on this lovely Fourth of July.  We are here to announce and share a new segment begins on this blog called Writerly Research. In this segment, I, Scribe, will be working with The Collector and Viktor researching things/creatures/fantasy worlds/magick and more. We invite... Continue Reading →

Book Insider: Narcissus and Thirty

Book Insider Questions to get deeper into our Mad-Read-A-Thon books. Today I'm here to talk about the books I've just finished from our MRAT (A Mad-Read-A-Thon).  These books both gave mystery and action. The first one up is Narcissus in Chains by Laurell K. Hamilton. Laurell K. Hamilton, author of the New York Times bestseller... Continue Reading →

They Balance

I see you have come back for more. Sweet darling, you have bought many through your door. He and She stand by your side, No longer will you try to hide?   Are you ready to fight? There is more to this path than lovely Light. I have worked with you for so long, And... Continue Reading →

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