Saturday, June 15, 2013

love is hate....

We all spend a lot of time talking about how much we love our characters--we cherish, nurture, and put them on pedestals. But what of those we hate? Those we maintain although their spells are twisted and diminished, or their lore, their narrative, becomes less than savory to our own beliefs?

Enter the first, stage left:

Eliszabeth, a young forsaken priest, answering the call with dignity, in love with a rogue her parents in her mortal human form forbade her from seeing. For now, not only is she forsaken, she has nothing, nothing but a knife in the dark, and it's aimed at her heart...


More to follow....

Editor's Note I wonder if Harold Raims is for Harold Ramis who co-wrote Ghostbusters?


  1. Oh boy, can't wait for her story. Those Forsaken are the most interesting race to me. Tragic, evil or not, you never know.

    I'll bet it is!

    And thank you too much!

    1. Maybe someday Google glasses can be made to take dictation for all the stories in my head and capture them. They are stacking up like planes on the jetway. Fortunately the Forsaken are patient...


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