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Tweet of the Day: Backed into a Corner ——– According to the Merriam-Webster.com a fulcrum is: ful·crum noun \ˈfu̇l-krəm, ˈfəl-\ plural fulcrums or ful·cra 1 a : prop; specifically : the support about which a lever turns b : one that supplies capability for action 2 : a part of an animal that serves as […]
Tweet of the Day: Wandering in the Garden ——- Women in the fantasy genre…. A bit of a problem, if you (as a writer) based it on the European Middles Ages (or feudal Japan, or Ancient Middle East or any ye olde culture lost to the mist of time). Why? (you ask) Because for most […]
Tweet of the Day: Cultural Differences ——- 4 – 6 ——– “Quando tu Gaius, ego Gaia,” she said and with those words we were wed. She bid her friends farewell, left a token for her father, a clay pigeon he bought for her when she was five. Anthony escorted us back home. He made it […]
Tweet of the Day: AW June Blog Chain: Setting the Scene ——– The afternoon sun beat down on Hadrian’s exposed skin. The harsh light glinted of the naked steel of his sword. The roar of the crowd washed over him. He was their favorite, their champion. He ignored it all by counting the clanks as […]
Tweet of the Day: The Perils of a Passive Protagonist ——- Intro 13 –15 ——- Marquette Mountain, Marquette, MI, July 27th, 10:49 a.m. “You sure we are on the right track,” I said to Ricardo, who lead the procession up the hiking trail. “Yeah, this is the way. This is no time to doubt my […]
Tweet of the Day: Silver Screen Wishes and Movie Theater Dreams ——– At the heart of British identity, interwoven with strands of re-imagined histories, political positioning and burgeoning myths, lies the complex set of tales known as the Arthurian Legend(s). Current historical theory posits that the “real” Arthur was a 5th century warlord by the […]