Sean D. Daily has lived in four states and once reported on a tornado in New Jersey, of all things. He now lives in Las Vegas, where he's writing the novel "Crossing the Line" and the comic book "Sidestep".
- Good morning! 29 and sunny here in Las Vegas. Hope you had a better commute than this guy. ow.ly/rHEUG 2 hours ago
- Good morning! 32 and sunny here in Las Vegas. Hope your Wednesday isn't quite as creepy as this. ow.ly/rFjB2 h/t @Barcroft_TV 1 day ago
- Let us help you choose the ring saw blade that's right for YOU - ow.ly/rD5JU #water 1 day ago
- Good morning! 28 and sunny here in Las Vegas. Make sure you look your best today, like this guy. ow.ly/rD2Rv h/t @diagonalview 2 days ago
- Just another manic Monday - ow.ly/rAXix #Monday #ManicMonday #Bangles 3 days ago
Tag Archives: writing
I’m supposed to write about writing as a writer, right? Right. That’s why I’ve decided to start a (hopefully) occasional series taking apart the movies on my favorite TV show, Mystery Science Theater 3000. I admit that finding flaws in a MST3K movie is, in the … Continue reading
The final draft of “Crossing the Line” is finally done! After too many years of letting this novel kick my ass, I can honestly say that I can see light at the end of the tunnel. And it isn’t a … Continue reading
Fay may have evolved their shapeshifting abilities to hide better from humans, in fact.
It’s possible that humans and fay interacted more openly in the past, though.
Humans only knew of fay in legends and old wives’ tales until the war.
Fay do NOT include vampires, dragons, devils, angels, werewolves and the like.
Fay include elves, trolls, dwarves, unicorns and other legendary creatures.
All fay also have some degree of shapechanging ability.
Plastics and other “artificial” substances can harm fay, as well.
Fay also share two other characteristics: they are all carnivores, and all predators.