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Dea Schofield

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Dea Schofield I don't worry about it. I do something else and let it flow when in chooses to. It always does. Meditation helps a lot too, even if it's just dancing…moreI don't worry about it. I do something else and let it flow when in chooses to. It always does. Meditation helps a lot too, even if it's just dancing or gardening or whatever you love.(less)
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Backstory of Ch’en, Maya Vampire, Priestess, and Shaman

Pre-Columbian artifact/Cult of the Camazotz

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Ch’en and The Camazotz


The day began with a sense of dread for some of the denizens of the palace. The young noblewoman’s attendants pleaded with her not to make the trek to collect the small shells. Her day of birthing was imminent and the remote beach where they would be found was a day’s return journey. Even her visiting mother, a king’s mother, had tried t...

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" I really enjoyed the inventiveness of Ms. Schofield's modern-day vampire world-building, and her cast of unique characters. I won't say I'm an avid reader of any supernatural genres but Vitaortus wasn't anything I expected it to be, and I'm happy..." Read more of this review »
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"I absolutely loved this book! It starts out with Alec out on a hunt for a specific Red Stag, one that he raised and made sure would survive and thrive and produce offspring, only to become his meal when his time arrived, after a long and healthy p..." Read more of this review »
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