Today the Dragon Wins

"Today the Dragon Wins" offers information from Fantasy Author and Professional Editor Sandy Lender. You'll also find dragons, wizards, sorcerers, and other fantasy elements necessary for a fabulous story, if you know where to look...

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Sandy Lender is the editor of an international trade publication and the author of the fantasy novels Choices Meant for Gods and Choices Meant for Kings, available from ArcheBooks Publishing, and the series-supporting chapbook, What Choices We Made.

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Monday, June 11, 2007

Word of the Day
Monday, June 11, 2007
Telabyrinth (noun) - A medical condition in the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods; this is a bad thing; telabyrinth poisoning occurs when a Geasa'n overexerts him or herself teleporting (you can pronounce it however you wish, but I've always said it with a stress on the first and third syllables and with a long I sound for the y; telebIrinth)

Etymology: tel comes from the root "teleport"; labyrinth comes from the labyrinth or "inner ear"; Fantasy author Sandy Lender created the word by combining the two concepts and making up the disease for the Geasa'n in her world

Word in a Sentence (from the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, page 10): Even without Chariss's final wish, Kora couldn't have told him that the child he loved like a daughter had telabyrinth poisoning.

Your turn! Now, you may be out of practice getting all uber-creative because my internet connection was down over the weekend (and still is), but I bet you can turn it on to write something fabulous for me today. What poisonous sentences can you come up with?

"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."

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