Quick Reference

Spakes: Mythologically real creatures. They stalk you, kill you with knives, and feed off of your soul.

Innocents: Basically, virgins who are stalked and killed by Spakes.

Connectors: Innocents who were killed improperly by Spakes. Ghost-like entities that are neither living nor dead.

The Originals: The first five Spakes (later six, including Habakkuk) who were pulled into this reality from their own by certain Ancient Egyptian Scribes.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Status Update: Whoops it's Late!

June is passinggggggg wayyyyy toooo fast! Oh my sugar babies!!

Soooo... My updates is:

1) We finished writing our query!! It looked like this:

2) Then we mailed it out!!! It looked like this.
Then I went to a wedding and took this picture:

Have a fun month my lovlies!!

Monday, June 13, 2011

BoM: Detecting Strudwick


Found it: Borders Bargain Bins

Age: Intermediate

Useful: 5/5

Own it? Absolutely. And gifted to numerous friends.

Review: I picked this up super cheap thinking I might be able to learn maybe one or two interesting things from it. Boy. Was I ever wrong. The entire thing was interesting. It was written in such a way that it was easy to understand, but it wasn't dry or boring or anything like that. And the formatting was fantastic. I want to find whoever formatted this book and give them a giant hug. By the time I was finished with this book (which, it's a smaller book and easy to get through, so it doesn't take long for one to get through this wonderful gem) I actually had learned some Egyptian phrases. I nearly died from excitement. If anyone is looking for an introduction into reading Egyptian Hieroglyphs I most ardently suggest this book. It gives a wonderful basis, using actual Egyptian inscriptions from stelas and the like, providing the novice with essential vocabulary and sign understanding. I think everyone should own this book.

Where can I find this Wonderful Fantastic Book???


Monday, June 6, 2011

Quote of the Month: Scotch

"I had forgotten that the real world sometimes hurts more than the mythological parts of the world." -- Scotch