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Ahuiztol or Ahuizotl, and Does it Matter?

When thinking of the next water monster to talk about, some part of my mind dredged up a freaky Mayan creature I had once read about. All I could remember was that it had a hand on its tail and vaguely what it looked like, and I was pretty sure that the book I’d read the information in didn’t mention its name. So, I turned to my friend, Taryn, who’s working on a book that involves a culture that she styled

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Tests, Tests, Go Away; Come Again Another Day…

Being a university student, I’m in the middle of finals season right now, which means I won’t be able to put up a new post until after the 16th. I do apologize. When I’m done with finals, I promise to put up a real post about Mayan water monsters. In the mean time, please enjoy this gorgeous song covered by my new favourite singer: If that song left you feeling sad, then I leave you with an absurd video to

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A Forthcoming Guest Blog Post and an Award!

Sometime in either December or January, a guest post by me will appear on http://suesantore.com/! I don’t know the date yet, so keep watching this space for more information: [The date: January 6th! :D] Until then, I’d encourage you to click on that link and check out Sue’s website. She’s got lots of solid writing advice, and there’s a guest post every Friday! Next bit of news! About a month ago, Angela McGill gave me the Versatile Blogger Award! She blogs about writing,

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Why Writing, of All Things?

Three days ago was the National Day on Writing. I’m not entirely sure which nation the national bit referred to, but I decided to participate via Twitter by telling everyone in 140 characters or less why I write. The result: Because stopping is akin to suffocation, and continuation is my truest expression of joy. #whyiwrite Now, since 140 characters to describe a lifelong obsession (or passion, whichever implied level of sanity you prefer) leaves very little room for elaboration and

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Nøkken, Stromkarlen, Fossegim, Oh My!

Five or so years ago, I remember reading about various mythological water monsters and coming across one mentioned in passing called a “Neck”. No joke. The name struck me as odd, and the book I was reading had infuriatingly little information on the creature, so it awoke my curiosity. I would like to say that I promptly researched everything on Necks and became and expert, but I hadn’t the slightest idea how to search for information on it, not only

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