Curious linguist and writer of stories. I like to talk about words and the writing of them, and I like to write excessively long answers.
Warning: I have a tiny baby who likes to lean on Mommy's keyboard, so if I post something that looks like she leaned on the Enter key halfway through my typing, give me a few minutes to edit.
Stories: YA fantasy novel set in an alternate world. Involves shapeshifters with metal disorders.
Historical fiction set on Earth. Maintains all Earth history and facts, but with magical forces in effect. Because there is a lot of space in our history for magic to exist.
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