A Date with the Druid, Part 1

It all started when Marie Ann Bailey, at 1WriteWay, agreed to allow D to interview her. He somehow got it into his head that one of her characters, Mary, was a suitable focus for his attention. After much begging– D: A.  A: Sorry. After much pleading– D: A! A: Fine. After subtly insinuating that perhaps […]

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The Druid asks the Questions – Marie Ann Bailey

He flicked black hair from his eyes and straightened his bowtie. He could feel the heat rising from his collar and hoped he wasn’t blushing. Blushing would not be dignified. And he wanted dignity, perhaps even a little presence, when interviewing Marie Ann Bailey, writer and blogger extraordinaire at 1WriteWay. D: Nothing about that is […]

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My Name is D, Part 3: Jackpot

My Name is D, Part 3: Jackpot Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 4 From Part 1: I opened my door. Regretfully, I was not paying attention to my nearest blind spot, so worried was I about watching the road behind me. A – she was dangerous and she was pissed. I smashed the unknown […]

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The Druid Asks the Questions – Charles E. Yallowitz

Gather ’round ye lords and ladies, and give approbation to the builder of worlds, the scribe of Windemere and many other worlds yet-unknown, Charles E. Yallowitz. D: Give those who may not know Legends of Windemere: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower a quick snapshot: C:  Legends of Windemere: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower is the sequel to Legends […]

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The Druid asks the Questions – Michael S. Fedison

D: And so it was, on a lovely day in the month of August – named as such for that rat, Augustus Caesar – did Michael S. Fedison, author of The Eye-Dancers, bequeath to A the winning gift card. Stunned and overcome by this beneficence, A requested the honor of allowing yours truly to interview […]

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One simply did

D: One simply did what, A? Gods above, woman, your titles are all over the place – could you at least have a complete thought? A: Would you like to take over the blog? D: I thought you’d never ask. I was thinking, the color scheme– A: D, that was rhetorical. No. D: Well, it […]

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WordCloud Wednesdays

D shines again in the wePoets Show It for Wordle Wednesdays! Don’t tell D, because I don’t think I could stand the mocking, but I even gave a bit of prose a go for the prompt!

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Say my name

A: Guess who just finished her book? TC: JK Rowling A: JK Rowling can kiss my a*s (No disrespect intended to JK Rowling, or her work, of course.) * * * A: Clocking in at a terror-inducing, unedited 112,865 words, the first book in the Changeling time traveler series is done. Theoretically. Until tomorrow. When […]

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Tale Telling

Have I told you? My name is D. Go on. Click on the link. Read that masterpiece I inspired A to write. It’s posted on the wePoets Show It community blog, and you are going to love it. I do. A says she’s going to write a rejoinder, but nothing can be as awesome as […]

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My Name is D

D: Take that, A! Here’s my side of the story. A: Don’t think you’re getting the last word, D. D: I’d never think that, A. I just know that mine is the *best* word. A: Whatever, Druid. “Bloody lunatic,” indeed. While this was originally hosted at “wePoets Show It,” that site has shut down. Below […]

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