Six Geese A-Laying

On the sixth day of NaNo, my true muse gave to me Six books a-writing, Five Syllables! Four pumpkin cakes Three cough drops Two cuddly cats And a family that’s dear to me. *** D: Really, A? A: What? I am writing six books in the Changelings compendium . . . or four. Depends on […]

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The Druid Asks the Questions of Briana Vedsted

A: D. D, put down the hat. D: What are you talking about? Briana’s coming! A: Yes, but she does write other things besides westerns featuring Billy the Kid. Besides, the hat just looks– D: Don’t you say it, A. Billy liked it, and that makes it just fine. A: Whatever. Just make sure you […]

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The Billy the Kid and D Files, Pt 3

They were found on a roadside, deep in the Nevada desert. Part of a cache of documents obviously intended for a secure location, the files have been kept secret until today. Their earth-shattering contents will amaze, possibly frighten and answer the question: what happens when an infamous Old West gunslinger and a centuries-old time-travelling Druid […]

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The Billy the Kid and D Files

They were found on a roadside, deep in the Nevada desert. Part of a cache of documents obviously intended for a secure location, the files have been kept secret until today. Their earth-shattering contents will amaze, possibly frighten and answer the question: what happens when an infamous Old West gunslinger and a centuries-old time-travelling Druid […]

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Scrapbook Party

D: What is this thing you call a “scrapbook party,” A? A: Just like it sounds, D. It’s a party across Blogland. D: . . . Sometimes I don’t believe you speak English. A: It isn’t your first language either, D, but you don’t see me complaining. D: . . . A: Fine. The scrapbook […]

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In Review: A Girl Named Cord

Of the many things I am, I am a reader. I write, certainly. I’m a mom too. And a reckless gardener. I have conversations with a time-traveling Pict Druid in my head and on this blog, but really, I’m a reader. I love to escape all that and just read. I loved reading Briana Vedsted’s […]

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