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Author has written 6 stories for Legend of Zelda, and Harry Potter.
"Whenever I apply myself to writing, literature comes between us." - Jules Renard
"We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospection" - Anais Nin
"We have art to save ourselves from the truth." - Friedrich Nietzsche
"Art is a kind of subconscious madness expressed in terms of sanity." George Jean Nathan
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PASHT: Pasht, or Pakhet as she is more commonly known, was an Egyptian goddess who in all likelihood was a combination of Bastet and Sekhmet. She was called "night huntress with sharp claws" and "Lady of Sept" (the star Sirius). She was thought to give inner strength to people, especially women. She was also called upon for protection against evil spirits and the enemies of Egypt.
I am a writer by trade, an artist by nature, a linguist by accident and a traveler by choice. I’m a romantic and a cynic, a dreamer and a realist. I argue for the sake of arguing, I’m logical only when it suits me, I over-analyze everything, I'm slightly insane, and I have my own little world inside my head.
A Recipe for Cake: Zelda found an old cake recipe and decided to try it out, unfortunately. (complete)
The Chess Match: Link and Zelda are playing chess. Just a humerous little scenario I came up with one day. (complete)
Behind the Clouds: A short scene between Link and Malon, with Malon expressing concerns about Ganondorf's reign. (complete)
Epona's Song: I had an image in my head of what Malon's mother was like, so I turned it into this little piece. (complete)
Dreaming of Tea Leaves: A totally plotless story. Full of tea, fish, and garden gnomes. Randomness ensues. (complete)
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last updated: october 10, '12
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