MadHattersDaughter, The Expert Scrivener
An undertaker meets a dead woman who is more alive than most of the living.
A (mostly) illustrated story involving a very mysterious murder, ghostly romance and spirits possessing --- the dead?
Let's not worry ourselves with the details. This is Blackwood, after all.
An estranged lover meets an estranged lover, and together they solve a mystery that has been plaguing Blackwood for some time.
Cover art (as if I was a published author, oh my. . .)
NOTE: While this story does stand alone, it is wise to read Edithe Zilonis before this one.
ANOTHER NOTE: If you loathed my punctuation (or lack thereof) in Edithe Zilonis, this one is almost as miserable. ;~)
I wouldn't try to read until, well firstly Biscuits and Ghosts is published and definitely not before you read Edithe Zilonis because some of the mystery and self-speculation will be lost. This is mostly for me but perhaps it will interest especially inquisitive readers some day too.
Recent PostsElven THICCNESS on 11/17/2019 2:15:26 PM
It was only trying to open up to you! I think it's time to look inside yourshelf and find love in your heart. You're spineless.
Elven THICCNESS on 11/17/2019 2:03:46 PM
Elven THICCNESS on 11/17/2019 1:56:17 PM
Now you've upset it, you big bully.
Elven THICCNESS on 11/17/2019 11:27:10 AM
My sketchbook says otherwise.
Elven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 11:54:00 PM
I've hijacked this thread with a thick thigh debacle.
Elven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 10:32:53 PM
I blame Bruce Timm. Guess I'll put Mizal in a shower curtain next time ;~P
Elven THICCNESS on 11/16/2019 2:06:19 PM
I thought this was going to be some stand up joke.
Chopped II: Sauget Illinois on 11/15/2019 4:53:15 PM
I don't know but I drew a hamster chef and he's adorable.
300-word advertisement writing prompt on 11/9/2019 10:27:09 PM
The name Todd makes me laugh.
100 Words or Less on 11/6/2019 10:33:05 AM
An edited script for a comic-in-progress of mine. 100 words
"I need a piece of the person of your affection."
"Here." [A lock of hair.]
"It is done."
"Wonderful!" [Winni takes the potion.]
"I made you a cup of tea, dear."
"Uhm, thank you."
[Russel drinks the tea. Winni waits for something to occur.]
"How are you feeling?"
"Alright I suppose, thanks."
[Winni is confused. The potion doesn't seem to work.]
[Winni stomps away.]
[Russel is confused.]
BACK AT THE LAB
"The potion didn't work!"
"Nonsense. My potions always work."
"Well it didn't."
"I made it correctly."
"But nothing happened!"
"You're real thick, you know that?"