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Otherwhere By Marjorie Brandon Rickard
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Otherwhere is a collection of poems and haikus written by Marjorie Brandon Rickard. It is a work of love that she has published for others to enjoy.
Diamond Gulch By David Garrett
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Diamond Gulch is the first title in the otherwhere product line: d20 fantasy adventures with a unique or non-standard flavor. In this adventure, the PCs are tasked with defending a mining-town and... More > its dinosaur-powered train from an evil railroad tycoon and his band of dino-rustlers. Filled with exploration, combat, social interaction, and lots of dinosaurs, this wild-west flavored adventure provides a new and exciting way of looking at fantasy gaming. This adventure is appropriate for 4 to 6 adventurers of 5th to 6th level.< Less
Doorways and Dreamfields - A True Fairy Tale By Angi Sullins
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Every life is a fairy tale, but most of us fail to recognize the wondrous power of our story. Angi Sullins was blessed and cursed with a birth defect: the same wandering eyes that garnered teasing... More > and torment on the playground, also allowed her to see visions of Otherwhere, while living fully in the Here and Now. Her unique vision gave rise to a belief that dreams come true and impossible things happen every day, even in the midst of tragedy. At 28 years old, a neck injury left Angi physically and emotionally paralyzed. Her wandering eyes, once a curse, became a golden ticket from devastation to triumph. Now she shares that vision with us in the memoir Doorways and Dreamfields: A True Fairy Tale, inspiring us to remember our magical origins by learning to see truly.< Less
Doorways and Dreamfields - A True Fairy Tale By Angi Sullins
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Every life is a fairy tale, but most of us fail to recognize the wondrous power of our story. Angi Sullins was blessed and cursed with a birth defect: the same wandering eyes that garnered teasing... More > and torment on the playground, also allowed her to see visions of Otherwhere, while living fully in the Here and Now. Her unique vision gave rise to a belief that dreams come true and impossible things happen every day, even in the midst of tragedy. At 28 years old, a neck injury left Angi physically and emotionally paralyzed. Her wandering eyes, once a curse, became a golden ticket from devastation to triumph. Now she shares that vision with us in the memoir Doorways and Dreamfields: A True Fairy Tale, inspiring us to remember our magical origins by learning to see truly.< Less