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May begins, April and the A to Z Challenge ends

30 April, 2020

Maia and her son, HermesWe are almost to the first day of May.  May was Maius in Latin and was named after the Greek goddess Maia, probably, who is associated with Spring.  So, what theme would you like to see for May?  Spring and nature?  The fae and faerie?  Something else?  Let me know.

Unsurprisingly April’s writings were primarily for the A to Z Blogging Challenge, which I am pleased to say I completed though, since I accidentally double up on K several were a day later than they should have been).  So, the posts for April, 2020, were:

This and That the Sea of Stars (A-to-Z Posts):

Astrolabes and Astrology

Badgers and Beer

Carts and Carriages

A to ZDogs and Dragons

Effigies and Entombment

Forks and Fighters

Gems and Gender

Hollows and Hellions

Ink and Incense

Jewellery and Judiciary

Kine and Kinship and Kingdoms and Knights

Looms and Luck

Masques and Mazes

Names and Nemesis

Oceans and Oreads

Pets and Privilege

Queens and Quislings

Rattail Blade

Salt and Serpents

Tea and Trade

Unliving and Unbound

Venust and Voyages

Words and Whimsy

Xenacious Talisman

Years and Yesterdays

Zymology and Zoophagy

New Magic Items:

Fighter’s Fork

Loom of Luck

Rattail Blade

Xenacious Talisman

New Monsters:

New Monster – Dragon Descendant (Template) for D&D 5E

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Image Hermes with his mother Maia. Detail of the side B of an Attic red-figure belly-amphora, ca. 500 BC., found on Wikimedia Commons and is in the Public Domain.

2 comments

  1. We survived! I think you cheated with the “X” just as I did with “Q”, though. I still have to read some, but so far my favorite was Gems and Gender.



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