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January CSR Feature: Dragonborne by Xfighter1984


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Well, I don't know about you, but I sometimes have a hard time facing the rest of winter after the magic of the holiday season has ended. Now it's just extreme weather and no fun... so I thought we'd enjoy some magic of a different sort and the fun of a coming-of-age short story with Xfighter1984's fantasy tale Dragonborne. And for those who like their tales to continue... a little birdie (read: the author note at the bottom of the last chapter) says there more in store for this world. So if you fall in love, never fear, more to come! 

Dragonborne

by @Xfighter1984

Length: 23,082

Description: Step into a world of magic, mystery, swords, and of course dragons. Young Levi doesn't quite know who or what he is, until one day a mysterious man shows up and everything changes

A reader said: This is an exciting chapter. These are a well written series of chapters. The plot is interesting and the characters are well developed. I really look forward to the next chapter. ~JCtoGO2

Don't forget to come back to share your thoughts on Monday, January 31st!

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Well, I don't know about you, but I sometimes have a hard time facing the rest of winter after the magic of the holiday season has ended. Now it's just extreme weather and no fun... 

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Come on it's not that bad. For me the Holiday Magic as you call it is an extravagance that has grown out of proportion. Plus I kind of like getting the snow blower out and doing battle with the elements. When done and the storm has passed and the sun is shinning down on the clean fresh snow; the air is clean and crisp. For sure it is a wonderful site. For sure you are tired, there is sweat on your brow, your body is warm now from your efforts even in the cold. As you walk back to your house you survey your work; a little smile comes on your lips knowing you've done a good job. Inside the smell of hot coffee strikes your nostrils. Your lips can't wait then you sip and rest knowing you have bested the elements again. It's not so bad to have met the challenge and won.

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On 1/3/2022 at 6:56 PM, Jon Jon said:

Come on it's not that bad. For me the Holiday Magic as you call it is an extravagance that has grown out of proportion. Plus I kind of like getting the snow blower out and doing battle with the elements. When done and the storm has passed and the sun is shinning down on the clean fresh snow; the air is clean and crisp. For sure it is a wonderful site. For sure you are tired, there is sweat on your brow, your body is warm now from your efforts even in the cold. As you walk back to your house you survey your work; a little smile comes on your lips knowing you've done a good job. Inside the smell of hot coffee strikes your nostrils. Your lips can't wait then you sip and rest knowing you have bested the elements again. It's not so bad to have met the challenge and won.

I tend to not overdo on the holidays, plus I faced the parents dreaded reality of a 17 year old senior having her last "kid year". Makes me wax nostalgic a bit. Lol

And I will never, ever, enjoy shoveling snow. Course I hate sun too because (redhead) and it makes me have to mow grass more often. I like a nice drizzle that keeps me indoors to read on the couch in a cozy outfit with tea and prompts no outdoor upkeep. 😆

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Yes shoveling is chore that my old back rebels at. But the blower is self propelled. It does all the hard work. It'll leave a little residue that I usually scrape with the shovel or just let nature do it's work and melt. 

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