Do not add water. To Campbell’s Everyday Gourmet Soups or gremlins.
Speaking of gremlins, not soup, it’s fun to dream up a world around a supernatural creature. To make rules as you go. I don’t actually know if there’s a “rule” around water and gremlins, or if that was just created for the movie, but rules like that are often made up.
Like the sparkly vampires in Twilight that can go out during the day. Or my incubi in my series, The Great Dagmaru. Yes, I looked into the mythology quite deeply, but I didn’t necessarily stick to the rules.
All this to say I’ve been working today on a short story I plan to publish this month. It was written originally for an anthology of paranormal romances, but I’m working through it and changing a few things. It’s a romance between a pixie and a human.
Again, I’ve studied the mythology, but I’m loosely basing it on that. Not following the rules, necessarily.
Adding water, if you will. 😉
I finally got into my bottle of wine. Can you tell?
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