Channeling the Polar Bear

We will be going on a polar bear-esque hibernation and if you didn't know, polar bears don't actually go into a deep hibernation.  Instead, polar bears enter into a walking hibernation state.  A state of walking around but using very low energy and reducing its metabolism. Originally I wanted to go into a full hibernation... Continue Reading →

Where Have We Been?

Long time no talk, readers.  Viktor here to update you on what's been going on. October is here and by this time October Madness would have begun.  We'd have a new banner, graphics, and setting the scene for the remainder of this spooky month. However, our Scribe is moving us and our Madness Headquarters so... Continue Reading →

I Am Your Explorer

I am the Explorer I am the wanderer, I tend to get lost and then forget I'm lost as I form a new world to grow in.   I see possibilities everywhere and crave freedom with every breath I take.   Magic. Bubbles.  Unusual.  Dark.  Light. Authentic.  Fantasy.  Vessel.  Butterfly. Please equate my name and my... Continue Reading →

Inspiration Thus Flows

  Today, I was going on a hunt for creative writing exercises and I found this website that provided me with a fun exercise.  It's called Ten Minute Writing Exercise by Grace Jolliffe   It's an exercise that is broken up into ten topics with questions that you're supposed to answer quickly in ten minutes. ... Continue Reading →

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