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E.D.Baker

  • Nadnadhas quotedlast year
    cell had been used to house old furniture in need of repair and was cluttered, but dry and relatively clean. Rather than make him wait while they emptied it completely, they'd left a few pieces behind. A cracked washtub, a rickety table, and my old bed with the broken leg weren't much, but they were more than most prisoners had.
  • b6149743084has quoted2 years ago
    support and enthusiasm, and to all my wonderful fans who wrote to me wanting to know what happens next.
  • b3094566265has quoted2 years ago
    I jerked my head back and whacked it on the table leg behind me.
  • b3094566265has quoted2 years ago
    One
    Atendril brushed my face, tickling me on the nose. I jerked my head back and whacked it on the table leg behind me.
  • b4667310491has quoted2 years ago
    One

    Atendril brushed my face, tickling me on the nose. I jerked my head back and whacked it on the table leg behind me. "Wretched plant!" I said, rubbing my head with one hand as I pushed the vine away with the other.

    Ever since my aunt had returned to her normal self, she hadn't been able to keep her mind on anything but her beloved Haywood. Her magic had suffered for it, becoming muddled and not quite as she'd intended. The flowering vines she'd planted in the Great Hall to celebrate their reunion had spread across the walls, engulfed the table legs, and threatened to cover the doors and windows. Because they were too tough for an ordinary knife to cut, it was up to me, the Green Witch, to keep them under
  • ZEE ZEEhas quotedlast year
    for any length of time
  • ZEE ZEEhas quotedlast year
    supervising the running
  • ZEE ZEEhas quotedlast year
    She'll catch her death of cold
  • ZEE ZEEhas quotedlast year
    Making up for lost time,"
  • ZEE ZEEhas quotedlast year
    pass Eadric over
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