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Snagged from [personal profile] muse_maledictio

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
1) What are you currently reading?
2) What did you recently finish reading?
3) What do you think you’ll read next?

1) "Golden Shrine, Goddess Queen, Egypt's Anoinring Mysteries" by Alison Roberts. This explores the iconography and symbolism that are found to be inscribed on the Golden Shrine of Tutankhamun. It talks about how important royal women were in personifying and reperesenting the "Eye" (Eye of Ra) Goddesses in Kingship, and the turning of each new year and of the yearly re-coronation during those rites.

2) "Voyager" by Diana Gabaldon. This is the third book of the "Outlander" series that deals with the 18th Century, after the Battle of Culloden. and the Pre-Revolutionary Americas. It is a nice continuation of the story of Jamie Fraser and his time travelling wife, Claire. If I could tell a story as well as Gabaldon can and sell it as a novel, I could retire! The only thing I do not like about her writing is her erotic scenes are as contrived as any others I have read in romance novels. I find myself rolling my eyes most of the time. If that happens whilst reading erotica, chances are it's either too cliche' or too clinical. I find that Gabaldon alternates between those two states in her books. I suppose, though her books really cannot be singularly classified in general fiction, historical fiction, or romance, it sort of hits a place of "all of the above".

3) I am debating as to whether or not to delve into a technical book on documentary filmmaking or using crowdfunding for financing film projects, or to go for the fourth book in the Gabaldon "Outlander" series. I have all of the latter on audiobook, so I could listen to them on my commute to and from classes and home.
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It's National Book Week. The rules: Grab the closest book to you. Go to page 56. Copy the 5th sentence as your status. Don't mention the book. Post these rules as part of your post.


The Gods Speak:
Let the Great Wheel Turn: We sit at the hub of the Universe and the stars spin around.
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CHRISTMAS IC FRIENDING MEME
MY THREAD HERE
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A. "Has my portrayal of a character(s) changed the way you think of him/her?"

B. Pick one of my characters and I'll answer the following questions about him or her.
1. What would your character kill for? What would they die for?
2. What would they refuse to do under any circumstances? Why?
3. What do they dream about?
4. What’s their biggest fear?
5. What single object would they be most hard pressed to part with? Why?
6. What is their fondest memory?
7. What is their worst memory?
8. What or who was were their most significant influence? Expound.
9. What do they believe makes a successful life?
10. What makes them laugh?
11. What are their religious views?
12. What is their greatest strength?
13. Do they have a fatal flaw? If so, what is it?
14. Who is the most important person in their life?
15. If they died, who would miss them most? How would they die?

C. Pick a fandom, any fandom I'm in. I will tell you:
1. One True Pairing Ship:
2. Canon Ship:
3. "If this happens I'll stab my eyes out with a spork" Ship:
4. "You are one sick puppy" Ship:
5. "I dabble a little" Ship:
6. "It's like a car crash" Ship:
7. "Tickles my fancy but not sold just yet" Ship:
8. "Makes no canon sense but why the heck not" Ship:
9. "Everyone else loves it but I just don't feel it" Ship:

My List of Muses:



[livejournal.com profile] fannyfae - Original Charcter - Fanny Fae / Faelyn de Rochefort (Fae)
[livejournal.com profile] faery_ring - Original Character - Carlone de Rochefort (Fae)
[livejournal.com profile] faedefrance- Original Character - Jocelyn de Rochefort (Fae)
[livejournal.com profile] sekhmet_mrytamn - Original Character - Sekhmet Merytamun (Highlander type of Immortal)

[livejournal.com profile] nomanselizabth Historical Canon / 'Elizabeth' - Elizabet I
[livejournal.com profile] sheldonsandscia Sheldon Jeffrey Sands - "Once Upon A Time in Mexico"
[livejournal.com profile] t_rainsborough Historical Thomas Rainsborough - "The Devil's Whore"
[livejournal.com profile] sally_owens Sally Owens "Practical Magic" Fandom
[livejournal.com profile] ardethbay Ardeth Bay "Mummy" & "Mummy Returns" - Also a "Highlander" type of Immortal
[livejournal.com profile] ninon_delenclosHistorical - Mademoisele Ninon de l'Enclos - 17th Century Courtesan
[livejournal.com profile] almighty_g_d - HIM
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Name a handful of people you RP with, read, or have heard of. Say something positive, a reason why you like their characters, or the players. Anything that is constructive, positive, and better than the general: <3!!

In light of all of the recent appreciation that has been going around, I wanted to take these moments to thank those people who have made the last couple of years an absolute joy to write and to RP with!

Read more... )
Crossposted to [livejournal.com profile] good_rpers_rock
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I do not know that I would describe myself as 'liberal' and I am definitely not 'inhibited'. Perhaps judiciously and 'diplomatically reserved' and 'calculating' would be far more accurate terms. Being a Sovereign, One usually would be an Alpha.

Modern conceptions can be so very idiotic.


Your result for The Reactive-Dogmatic Personality Inventory...

Alpha


With your results 29% Reactive and 29% Dogmatic, you scored ALPHA. Alpha's are generally inhibited and liberal individuals, who are open to others opinions and like to hear them, but usually keep their immediate reactions under wraps. The least unstable type.


Best Connection: Iota


Best Way You Contribute To A Team: The Councillor

Take The Reactive-Dogmatic Personality Inventory at HelloQuizzy

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1. Leave me a comment saying anything random, like your favorite lyric to your current favorite song. Or your favorite kind of sandwich. Something random. Whatever you like.
2. I respond by asking you five personal questions so I can get to know you better.
3. You update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. Include this explanation and offer to ask someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be asked, you ask them five questions.

My answers for you, Marius.... )
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I would like any and all of you to make a comment here and tell me something you don't like about me. Don't hold back, whatever you want to say won't effect how I feel about you, so you can say what you want, with no reprocussions. Tell me why you hate me. But try to impress me. Being a Wytch I have heard all manner of reasons why I would be hated. Be original.

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