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I have found that recently I can't comment on chapters that don't currently have comments. If they have comments already you can, but otherwise the button isn't there.
Now I can comment on anything; so, I'm putting the things I would normally comment on here.
Nothing? Nothing? NOTHING? Nothing, tra la la?
-Jereth (David Bowie), "The Labyrinth"
Kevrin is introduced as ""I blink. They're carrying something with them, and I recognize it. "Jhe K'varek, Jhe Harpseal. Where did you find that?"" but in every other circumstance he is refered to as Kevrin.
"Jhe Harpseal dispenses the tea, serving me first, then our guest, then Jhe Briarseal, and then myself."
I think it is meant to be: Jhe Harpseal dispenses the tea, serving me first, then our guest, then Jhe Briarseal, and then *himself*.
I'll update 'em in a bit. Oh God I am so behind with *everything*.
_____I am the bridge-jumping friend your parents warned you about.
*grin* no worries, just thought you should know
"Disarming Patrick isn't all that difficult. He's jerky, and he'll startle a little bit at odd noises, but he mostly just stares ahead, dead quiet. He doesn't follow my hand when I sweep it in front of his eyes. .....(a few paragraphs later)..... I curse as I disarm Patrick. He's not too out of it that he won't follow me, and hopefully he'll rouse soon. I'll need the help lugging Gerald's body out of this forest."
Unless it takes him a long time to disarm him, Camden disarms Patrick twice.
Just so you know, Irk has finished The White Thaumist Trilogy: Book One! All of it has been posted to the site. You can now read 4 whole novels here as well as a novella and lots of short stories!
Irk is now revising The Peacock King Trilogy Book 1 for an official ebook and print release. She passed the 30K word mark recently and is plowing forward!
The Peacock King by Infernal Shenanigans is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at peacock-king.infernalshenanigans.com.
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