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Rhiannon D. Elton

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Rhiannon is a twenty-something lady who always dreamed the world could be a better place. Raised by a fairy, taught by wizards and bullied by goblins and trolls, she soon learned that magic was everywhere in life and all you needed to do to find it was simply look. Within those lessons, she also learned that magic created the power to achieve your greatest dreams if you only practiced wielding it.

From her earliest years she remembers writing stories with her friends and dreaming of having her work published. As she grew older she realised that she had the power to do so at the end of her wand (aka: keyboard).

She dreams today of eventually developing Puinteyle, Lencial and Cuerul into various forms of games, be it Roleplay, Computer or Bo
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What It’s Like Being An Aussie Author

I’ve been to cities that never close down. From Rio, to Southport, and old Busan town. I used to work on cruise ships and through that I’ve been to nearly forty countries. I’ve met authors from every continent (except Antarctica). It was a joke between a guitarist on the cruise ship and I, that we’d get a local beer from every port we stopped in. In that spirit I have some kind of beverage (alcoho

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“As the wheel of the year turns so do all the amazing times that will come to us. Times will come, times will pass and times will come again. It is our own cycles within and without that bring us enjoyment in those moments.”
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“To weave a tale is to weave into the very tapestry of history itself. Sometimes you gaze back on that history with regret, but know this: All past hurt no matter how big or how small teaches us something. It is up to us to learn how to make it better than before.”
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“What is to say that your dreams aren't real? All amazing things today began with simply that. A dream.”
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“To weave a tale is to weave into the very tapestry of history itself. Sometimes you gaze back on that history with regret, but know this: All past hurt no matter how big or how small teaches us something. It is up to us to learn how to make it better than before.”
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“What is to say that your dreams aren't real? All amazing things today began with simply that. A dream.”
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“Every stone you walk on tells a thousand stories. Every tree you pass whispers secrets. Every hill you scale sings of glories. Every creature you spy teaches a lesson. Every atom of you has touched mysteries.”
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“In ancient Greece, an artist was not responsible for their artwork. It was on the head of their Daemon. This gave artists a degree of separation from their art and the critique of it. Sometimes my Daemon speaks as my voice and other times it will speak as that of the ones who you read from my fingertips. Here before you, my raw Daemon seeks your hearts and eyes.”
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“People hate sales, but little do they know that life is sales. You sell the best parts of yourself to your future partner, you sell your intellect and ability to follow instructions to teachers and bosses, you sell your favourite parts of yourself to your friends and you sell your lessons to your children. If you aren't good at selling then the things you want to share won't be accepted. In order to reach your dreams, you have to sell something to your fans.

You have to share something of yourself and package in a way that people will love it.”
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