Word of the Day
Invidious (adjective) — objectionable in nature; envious; offensive; causing ill will; discriminatory; causing animosity (from Latin meaning "envious" or "hostile")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, the ancient goddess, Julette, is an invidious creature who wishes to force the followers of The Master to worship her as their supreme being.
Your turn! I feel pretty sure we've used this word before, but it's just such a powerful one that I don't mind repeating. Click on the comments link below this post to share a creative sentence of your own that incorporates today's word and you'll be instantly entered in the contest to win an eBook version of Choices Meant for Gods. It's one of the easiest contests in the known universe, my friends! (and it lets you catch up on the series before the short story anthology What Choices We Made and sequel Choices Meant for Kings hit the shelves)
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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