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Chapter 1 Page 4

November 30th, 2010

Almanac Reference: Fur Trade

Page 4 posted.  Please enjoy.

Also, I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  I gave thanks for the opportunity to spin this tale and I’m glad you’re here with me.

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Parental Guidance

November 18th, 2010

A few readers have asked me whether or not Snow-by-Night is suitable for children. That is a difficult question because what is really being asked is whether Snow-by-Night is suitable for my child. Since the answer is dependent upon each individual child that is something that parents will have to answer for themselves. However, I can give the following description to help with the decision:

Snow-by-Night is a fantasy story that may include mild language, cartoon violence, tobacco use, alcohol consumption, thievery, sexual innuendo, philosophy, moral dilemmas, and folklore. Parental guidance is advised.

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Chapter 1 Page 3

November 17th, 2010

Page 3 is now live.  I will post a new page every Wednesday. So come back and see us often as the story unfolds.

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Chapter 1 Page 2

November 15th, 2010

Almanac References: 1686AradieBarebranchOverlook DistrictSherbourg

Two rooks on the roof are up to no good on Chapter 1 Page 2. Please meet Blaise and Jassart. We’ll see a lot of them in the coming pages.

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I have always dreamed of snow.

I grew up in St. Augustine, Florida, where winter was a wonderful time of the year. For a few short months, winter brought a reprieve from the heat and humidity. But even when it got cold, it never snowed. We got frost on occasion, but never white, fluffy flakes falling from the sky. Snow was something you saw on television. Something that you read about in books. Something that happened in far-away places. Snow was a fantasy.

Eventually, I left Florida and moved to Washington, DC, and it was here that I saw snow for the first time. Snow was everything I dreamed it could be. It transformed the world overnight. It hushed a cacophonous city. It glowed in the moonlight. Snow was magical. As this story came together, it did so to the sound of snow falling and to the sight of a street lamp half buried in a snow bank.

Welcome to Snow by Night. My dream of snow.

You can begin the tale here.

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