I wrote this using the picture from Contest 91 from Writer's Digest. Picture is included
I wrote this for a "Friendly" competition, didn't win, it was liked though so it isn't all bad. No gnomes were hurt in the creation of this story
How a Slaver within the City of Freeport views the ... antics of the Heroes of Silverton
How the Heroes got a pet Basilisk and then didn't know what to do with it
Where Harald gets a new axe, gives away a sword and the party finds religion
In which the Heroes of Silverton run away from a tower that isn't a tower and rescue some elves.
Seriously, if you hear the terms "met" and "War Pig" what else are you going to need to want to read the story?
The first step is done, luckily this ladder has many steps.
This weeks recap
This is ONE scary book and not the type of scary I expected
The party moves along, takes a nap, hands on expereince with magnatism, and tries it's hand at the Dungeon Delivery Service
How the party found ogres, dire wolves, and something evil. Plus one party member got icky hands from reaching into a dead body.
A review of the anthology "Brief Cases" Not my favorite Jim Butcher/Harry Dresden book not because of the stories though
Or how slaying the Mother of Goblins did not make the Yuan-Ti Bard more or less comely and there was no, none, nada picking up of Scat outside of the Quarry.
Location: My Imagination
I write the stories that I want to read. That was explained to me as an excellent reason for writing. My Muse and I have a daily discussion on what should be written next and most of the time we agree. Follow 'us' on Twitter to see how those conversations go. I am hopefully going to be having more than my thoughts and book reviews. Who knows what will be next? Follow along and find out.
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