Category Archives: Writing

Dirt, Sweat and Daisies

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. -Marcus Tullius Cicero Gardening is an almost spiritual experience for me. The sun reddening my skin is my hymnal; my fingers in the dirt is my prayer; … Continue reading

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Life can be the sunshine, On peaceful days with bright blue skies, Or life can be the raindrops, That fall like tears squeezed from your eyes, Life can be the heaven, That you’ll only reach through hell, Since you won’t … Continue reading

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A Test of the Audience

Merry meet guys! Lately I’ve been floundering for things to write about here on Ayslyn’s Corner, and I’m contemplating a few potential changes. But before doing anything, I’d like to get your input. If you see this, or follow (or … Continue reading

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Creating a Priestess Order

I haven’t talked about it much on Ayslyn’s Corner, but I’m writing a fantasy trilogy. It’s a story that’s been in my heart since my pre-teens, though it’s changed drastically as I’ve matured, so is somewhat autobiographical in nature. But … Continue reading

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Granddaughters of Witches

#100wordshorts   “We are the granddaughters of witches they failed to burn!” Mariketa’s voice broke a little coming through the microphone, proud and righteously indignant. She threw her fist up to rousing shouts of support, echoing against cheap hotel walls. … Continue reading

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A Change of Pace

So… I had this lovely little post written up for Ostara that I totally intended to post Friday morning. Only… it was a Friday and they’re kind of my kryptonite in terms of productivity, so it sat open on the … Continue reading

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You know you’re a writer at heart when your subconscious response to death is to immortalize your lost loved one in a story. Especially when you haven’t written substantially or consistently for more than seven months. It’s during these times … Continue reading

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