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Mystery, Metaphor and Metamorphosis: A Mists of Albion Creation Myth

I’ve been reading various parts of the Elder Scrolls literary corpus of late, thanks to my new Kindle. And I love their writing style, particularly the way the truth is obfuscated and multiple perspectives presented. I’ve done some work on … Continue reading

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A First Attempt… and Content Resumed!

I’m back from a relatively long hiatus caused by holidays and the like, but mainly moving house and getting a new job. But also the fact that I’m constantly saying “I’m going to write X piece”, and then never doing … Continue reading

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World Dynamics on Albion

As promised last week, I’ve got an entry lined up to discuss the world and weather dynamics of the Mists of Albion setting. And it’s going to take the form of an in-universe treatise by a scholar, and potentially an out-of-universe … Continue reading

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Science Fiction, literature, and the haters spawned great comments and e-mails, including responses from both the agents I referenced. The one who gave a minimum word count said that the agency he and…

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What is magic, and why does it matter?

I’m still feeling my way with the architecture of WordPress, so some changes may be on their way in the next few days. I intend to get working on a links page/blogroll of related topics and areas I’m interested in … Continue reading

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