Stardust (Part 2)

June 28, 2017

Stardust is a fantasy story told in 3 parts. Part 2 is available for 1 week only! Then, it will turn back into a pumpkin and a new story will appear!

Enjoy!

Stardust front cover small

Last time: Not only an orphan, Reila considers herself a bit of an oddity. She’s teased at school where in training to be a helper of the dragons, she can’t remember the spells necessary. It might help if she had magic. She considers letting herself drown in the river as many orphans do, but she can’t bring herself to step out into the water. When one of the shrine Keepers comes looking for her, Reila hurries back in time to discover that two of the dragon born are coming to her planet. Is there a danger she doesn’t know about?

Stardust

by Dawn Blair

Reila jumped back against the wall and pressed her hands against her chest. Novihomidraks weren’t known for smiling at people. They would rather show you tooth and claw first. Of course, the boy was only an apprentice, not much different than Read the rest of this entry »


Progress – 06/26/17

June 26, 2017

Fiction words written last week: 12.424 words

Blogs/Newsletter articles/non-fiction written:  1,307 words

Writing month to date total: 46,027 words

Writing year to date total: 179,245 words.

Drawing/painting last week: 0 square inches painted.

Illustration year to date total: 131.25 square inches.

Audio: I spent 10 hours editing audio. More below.

Week’s happenings:  As you can see, I didn’t get as many words written this week as last week, though it was close. I’m really hoping to hit 50,000 words by the end of this month. I often tell myself that non-writers probably don’t care about my word count — it Keep Reading


ACEO of the Week – 06/24/17

June 24, 2017
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Trinity Tree #1b
3.5″ x 2.5″
acrylic on Bristol Board
©2008 Dawn Blair
SOLD

The second in a series of three trees that I did. They were meant to be hung up side by side as a matching set. Done back in 2008.


Stardust (Part 1)

June 21, 2017

After last week’s darker story, I thought I’d go a little lighter. For that, you’ll just have to trust me because this tale starts off with some dark thoughts. But as the story goes, you will see that it is one girl’s story of triumph.

Let’s get started, shall we?

Stardust is a fantasy story told in 3 parts. Part 1 is available for 1 week only! Then, it will turn back into a pumpkin and a new story will appear!

Enjoy!

Stardust front cover small

This part of the story was available for one week only and has now turned back into a pumpkin. If you missed it, click on the links below to find it or another great story to read. There’s also another free story or story excerpt somewhere around my blog – I try to post something new every Wednesday. Hunt the story down, read, and enjoy!

Click to order your full copy of Stardust!

Stardust – copyright © 2017 Dawn Blair

Published by Morning Sky Studios
Cover and layout copyright © 2017 by Morning Sky Studios
Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
Cover art copyright © Deepgreen | Dreamstime.com, © Andreus | Dreamstime.com


The Doorway Prince audiobook

June 20, 2017

The Doorway Prince audiobook

The Doorway Prince is now available in audio. Previous link is for Amazon, but it is also available on Audible and iTunes.


Progress – 06/19/17

June 19, 2017

Fiction words written last week: 13.243 words

Blogs/Newsletter articles/non-fiction written:  1,021 words

Writing month to date total: 32,296 words

Writing year to date total: 165,514 words.

Drawing/painting last week: 0 square inches painted.

Illustration year to date total: 131.25 square inches.

Audio: I spent 7.5 hours editing  audio.

Week’s happenings:  This last couple of weeks have been amazing for writing. I am currently on a writing streak of hitting my daily word goals for the last 12 days. I feel like
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ACEO of the Week – 06/17/17

June 17, 2017
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Trinity Tree #1a
3.5″ x 2.5″
acrylic on Bristol Board
©2008 Dawn Blair
SOLD

The first in a series of three trees that I did. They were meant to be hung up side by side as a matching set. Done back in 2008. Stop by next week to see the next one.