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New Thanksgiving Video: M. B. Weston’s Corner – What Writers are Thankful For (tongue in cheek, of course)

It’s Thanksgiving, and what better way to celebrate the holiday than by sharing what we writers are most thankful for. From our gratitude to writing (which gives us an excuse to avoid people), to cliches and passive voice (which help … Continue reading

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Elysian Chronicles Fun Facts: What Exactly is Aesirium?

Here is the definition of aesirium from the NEW Out of the Shadows “Glossary & Pronunciation Guide”: aesirium: (ǝ•sîr′•ē•ǝm) n. Light, strong metal mined and forged by the Gignos gnomes in the Cragdern Mountains. Obviously, there is more to aesirium … Continue reading

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