Jacqui B Writer

Lawrence Harpham Murder Mysteries

Nightslade hares come out at night and feast on the nyam nyam root.  They are several times bigger than normal Calorean hares, have pointed fangs, red eyes and a bad attitude towards intruders. Through almost closed eyelids he saw a rapid movement in the grass ahead and the biggest hare he had ever seen lurched suddenly through the …

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Mothmen are usually found in the Nightslade forest on the edge of Snaggletown.  Renowned for the excessive amount of time they spend on personal grooming, mothmen are impossibly vain, selfish to the core and have few redeeming qualities. “It’s all right for you,” she said to Arnold. “There seems to be no limit to the amount of preening you do. Don’t you ever …

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Wragliths Hailing from the town of Spittlocke, Wragliths are practical jokers with no appreciation of boundaries.  Beer is brewed with giggle juice and Dormouse surprise, a staple on the menu at Donovyn’s Inn.  Don’t be tempted to try the confused honey cakes and never shake hands with a Wraglith. “Good evening,” said Donovyn shaking Beau’s …

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“The Professor emitted a series of squeaks and six paws shot into the air, each little rat trying to reach the highest. Professor Rodoric tapped a small grey eared rat on the shoulder. He clapped his little paws together and rolled up a sleeve, whiskers trembling with excitement.

The grey eared rat plunged his paw into the liquid then removed it from the mixture shaking droplets back into the bowl. His paw had vanished.”

June 26, 2014

Seebling babies do not have unity symbols on their palms, but as they grow to adulthood symbols emerge. The colour of the symbol determines the tribe from which their life partner will come and the shape of the symbol will be identical to that of their future partner. When they discover a Seebling with an identical symbol, they will eventually unite.

 

“Skyle uncurled her hand. The green fern was well established and sat clearly in the centre of her palm”

Green fern

 

May 4, 2014