Be Our Guest: Dean from Dean’z Doodlez

A: It is our great pleasure to welcome Dean, from Dean’z Doodlez and Wee Bit Wordy to the blog today. D, why don’t you make Dean feel a bit more comfortable? D: What do you mean, a bit more? He’s very welcome here! A: I mean, you should put the sword down. D: But – but, he […]

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Guest Post: D and Billy the Kid

While A is away, the blog still gets to play. Please welcome Briana Vested from When I Became an Author. D is decked out in all the western finery he could rustle up from his imagination. He’s nearly drowning in fringe and spurs, and he looks a bit like Will Rogers. He looks so pleased […]

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Out of My Head Over You

While A is away, the blog continues to play. Please welcome Andra Watkins of The Accidental Cootchie Mama. A:  This is all about Katie, isn’t it? D:  What is? A:  How horrid you’re being. You’re put out because she’s not here, and you have to deal with me, and I’m a pathetic substitute. D:  I […]

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Dark Souls and D, A Guest Post

While A is away, the blog still gets to play. Please welcome Hector, from the Adventures and Misfortunes of Hector the Aimless. After the crow brought me to Lordran, I had a strange encounter.  I was resting at an old shrine when everything around me started to fade away in a hazy vortex of crimson. […]

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Perspective: Who are you when you write?

While A is away the blog still gets to play. Please welcome Ionia Martin from Readful Things Blog! When you write, whether it is books, articles, etc., do you feel that you write from “you” perspective, or do you alter your personality somewhat to please the audience you are writing for? Do you write from […]

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Guest Post: A D/A Dialogue Roundtable Discussion

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
(This is a guest post from the D/A Dialogues.  Thank you to Katie for writing this post and I hope everyone goes to follow her site.  Her posts are always informative and entertaining.) A: Welcome to the D/A Dialogue Roundtable. First, I would like to thank our host, Charles…

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