Ariel Paiement

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Ariel Paiement is a speculative fiction author. She writes a variety of fiction pieces and other works. As a reader, she enjoys lots of styles and genres, though fantasy and science fiction are her favorites.

Her favorite pastime is indulging in wild flights of imagination for new fiction pieces and other works. If asked what she spends most of her time doing, she’d tell you that she spends most of it either working, sewing, or writing. Life gets to be hectic, but she enjoys her freelancing work as well as writing whenever she has a spare moment.

She is the author of several short fiction pieces and other works, including On The Narrow Way and Rith’s Disciple (both of which are published in Port and Key’s anthologies), In Darkness Lost, Shado
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Ariel Paiement I think what draws me to my genre is the unlimited possibility it holds. Fantasy can have pretty much anything. If you can dream it, fantasy can have …moreI think what draws me to my genre is the unlimited possibility it holds. Fantasy can have pretty much anything. If you can dream it, fantasy can have it. That's why I love it so much. It hold room for expansion and new ideas.(less)
Ariel Paiement I think Tolkien, Brandon Sanderson, and Orson Scott Card are the three writers who inspire me the most. Their work is something that I'll read over an…moreI think Tolkien, Brandon Sanderson, and Orson Scott Card are the three writers who inspire me the most. Their work is something that I'll read over and over just because. (less)
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AUTHOR INTERVIEW – ARIEL PAIEMENT | ON TWILIGHT’S WINGS

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Hey guys. I have a special surprise for you all. I am able to interview Ariel Paiement regarding her upcoming release On Twilight’s Wings. Ariel Paiement is the author of the Bane of Ashkarith novel, the first in the Legends of Alcardia series among others. I just want thank Ariel for gi

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Description: Catarina Michelangela Conte is a foster child living in Washington State. Until a few months ago, her life was filled with simple worries, like why her foster parents seem to dislike her or if she'll be shipped off to yet another boarding school over the summer. But shortly after she finds out that she'll be remaining home for the summer, she starts having visions, headaches, and terrible pains. Then a guy around her age shows up and suddenly her visions are showing her events surrounding him and a woman who looks remarkably like her. She's sure she isn't crazy, and she wants answers from this Gabriel who showed up out of nowhere, but he isn't giving them, and the more she sees in her visions, the less certain she is that she wants them.
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Gorgias by Plato
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Gorgias is an interesting glimpse into the views that Plato held on rhetoric, philosophy, and the public sphere. I was not fond of the overabundance of words and circumlocution used by many of the characters, including Socrates himself. However, I di ...more
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This offered interesting insight into Franklin's early life. Sadly, it ended before the American Revolution, but it did give me a better understanding of some of the abuses that the American colonies were enduring from both soldiers and the elite, wh ...more
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The book was excellent. Nothing short of what I've come to expect from either Peikoff or his mentor, Rand. I really enjoyed the systematic way that Peikoff breaks down the philosophies of education, why the ones we're using in the school system are b ...more
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“People will think what they want to," he said quietly. Never take too much notice of it.”
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