The Dangers of Creation; or, A Machine to Rival Man by Siri Paulson
Life as a Moving Target...a continuation by Erin Zarro
Poetry about living with chronic illness.
Part 2: The Faerie Dance
A free fantasy serial by Erin Zarro
Part 1 is here if you'd like to catch up.
When the world solidified around me again, I was no longer in the forest. I was inside a large structure with walls covered in flowers of all colors, so bright and vivid. Tiny faeries that looked like twinkle lights flew all around, surrounding me in their ever-shifting light. They filled me with warmth and love.
Lanterns hung from the ceiling, illuminating the many couples who were dancing to soft harp music. I recognized some of them from the forest.
Whoops. Guess who totally forgot she was supposed to post yesterday? I blame vacation brain.
Lucky, lucky KD Sarge is in Sedona, Arizona this week. It's been glorious. I've climbed rocks and gotten sunburned and seen the Grand Canyon and fallen into adventure (otherwise known as Oak Creek. Fortunately none of my falling was anywhere near the Grand Canyon. That is a looooong way down!)
I've learned something this vacation. I've learned that I need to take more vacations.
So I saw this great post by Kristin Lamb and thought I'd do one of my own. ;) Here we go!
1. You might be a writer if...your characters have held an intervention because you weren't writing (yes, this happened to me. While I was at work no less).
2. You might be a writer if...you spend more time inside your head than anywhere else.
3. You might be a writer if...you know how to do several weird and quirky things because research (my weird and quirky thing is brainwashing. What's yours?)
4. You might be a writer if...your characters whisper in your ear ALL THE TIME. (Yep, that happens. ALL THE TIME).