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November Doodle

My CLmooc friends doodle every day. During November, my doodles will usually be from the writing for National Novel Writing Month: NaNoWriMo.

This year, my story So Says the River continues as the characters search for the dragons that help keep the balance among the many worlds. A new sighting and event had occurred, but what does it mean?

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Glen paused at the door to calm himself. He adjusted the sun spiral on the red leather ribboned around his neck and tapped the one pinned on his jacket.

This Meng family crest displayed an ‘S’ shape, with spirals on each end. In the middle, the S crossed above the sun. In the top spiral a blue sapphire represented air and water, and in the bottom spiral, a light green emerald stood for earth. The Ananta family crest was the same, except that the first outward curves above and below on the ‘S’ curve displayed three black loops each, the sign of the dragon. As founding families and keepers of the stories, the crests indicated their joint goal of preserving a balance so the catastrophes of past days could not happen again.

Sweeping his grey hair off his forehead, he tucked the loose locks behind his ears. Breathing in deeply and exhaling slowly, he was ready for what could be a tense conversation.

Excerpt from So Says the River E2 /So Says the Dragon
Sheri Edwards
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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
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