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When I was seven I went to Ireland to visit family I had never met before. While paddling in a river one day I saw a fairy dancing on the water. Was it my imagination? Probably, but that doesn't mean it wasn't real.
It was the beginning of my own 'Celtic Twilight': the birth of my fascination with myths, legends, and all things imagined. Welcome to the wonderful world of my subconscious brain!
Most of my stories, so far, have come from dreams. Though I interpreted them a little... a lot. Dreams are crazy, right?! Using myths and history as a basis for research, my work is a mix of reality and fantasy.
Fun Fact: Mary Shelly's 'Frankenstein' started as a dream.

P.S. My profile picture isn't a toilet or a plant pot, it's art! \( 'o' )/

  • J.L.Clark
    3 months agoReply
    I really like your opening chapter! It had a 'Throne of Glass' feel to it, except it's third person. A chapter like this, filled with tension and mystery, will undoubtedly interest lovers of the dark fantasy. If I had to point anything out, it would be that you've made a few errors so I had to go back and re-read some sentences. You may want to get someone you trust who is reasonably good at grammar and spelling to go over it for you. Everybody makes these kind of mistakes: we just become too used to our own writing that we become a little blind to them. Other than that, great work! ;-)
    Blades of Green and Gold
    Blades of Green...
    Gardain: a once barren wasteland known as Antarctica. After the great floods people started showing up where a very clever man saved and claimed the land as his own. The king had a daughter and she was...
    Sav-Nav ๐Ÿ๐Ÿถ
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    Thank you so much for the feedback! I have an editor but she didn't come in till later. i'll be sure to fix it XD
  • J.L.Clark

    mumbled "From Crawling to Walking... Or Stumbaling"

    3 months agoReply
    If any of you are especially bad with technology, you'll sympathise with my poor navigation on this site, or any website for that matter. Is it so wrong that I've just discovered how to mumble even though I joined in August? Is that so different from being unable to use the self service machines in Tesco? Well, maybe but I'm getting there. It probably doesn't help that I'm juggling studying, my social life, and a job. It'll probably take longer to get used to this website, so please be patient with me. Thank you :-)
    Katie Pharoah
    3 months ago
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    It's okay, you'll get the hang of it eventually. Usually I have trouble deciding what to say with Mumbles so I'm still getting there myself to be honest.
    Plus self checkouts everywhere are the bane of my life, why can't they just work right?? XD
    Squonk of the Nightshade
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    Took me well over a month to discover what the mumble page was for, and then a few months before I actually plucked up courage to post a mumble...
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