Malevolent divinity via armrest

Omniscience and omnipotence notwithstanding, even the equally beautiful and evil god of mischief needs to repose, so Loki settles in on the armrest of the couch where he has a good view of his domain.

Looking up at Loki as he lies on the sofa's armrest (113_1314)
Loki lying on the sofa's armrest (113_1309)

5 thoughts on “Malevolent divinity via armrest”

  1. OMG that is good! Your description and the eyes in the first photo tell it all! By the way, all of your posts are excellent.
    BTW – there’s a Books and Writers Community where you can post your paragraphs for input / suggestions and there are some very helpful authors who have been through the paces, so to speak with publishers. If I can post a link in a comment I’ll add it next time I comment, else I’ll add it to my blog – if you want.

  2. Thank you so much for the compliment, Pam. That’s very kind.

    I do frequently read the Books and Writers Community forum at Compuserve. Is that the one you’re referring to? I’ve never posted there because I’m not at that point yet with my first novel, but I do keep up with the conversations. If you know of another one, though, I’d love to check it out.

  3. Jason – you’re lurking on the same one I’m lurking on. Diana Gabaldon is one of my favorite authors, and I keep tabs on what she’s up to there. As I’m sure you’ve gathered, she and others are very helpful to new writers and current authors there. You probably know that before Diana Gabaldon wrote her first book she started putting snippets of her writing there for others to comment on.

  4. I’ve been thinking about using the same approach she did (tossing some tidbits up there for comments) and may do that in the not-too-distant future. I’ve seen how helpful they are with useful critiquing, so I’m keeping that as an open option.

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