TfD Origins — March 28th, 2010

Have you ever wondered if there is another world hiding in the back of your clothes dryer?  Yeah, me too!  Here's a story about just that, and playing with the idea of other dimensions, kind of like the Etherland in Trolls for Dust.   --Pixie March 28, 2010 (Story Eighty-Two) If the real world would... Continue Reading →

TfD Origins — March 21st, 2010

Story five of Trolls for Dust origins.  Playing with fantasy and fairy tales.  As always, happy reading.   March 21, 2010 (Story Seventy-Six) In between the tall thin trees are glimpses of sky, grass, brook and meadow.  The brook runs merrily along through the forest all down the sloping, tree-covered plain called Glasse.  Villages and... Continue Reading →

TFD Origins — March 4th, 2010

I am the oldest of 7 children (yes, my first job was babysitting).  During my later high school years in the 1990s, my brothers and sisters began to make amateur movies, usually involving, ninjas or kung fu fighting or film noir.  They even invited me (and still do) to act in them on occasion (not... Continue Reading →

TfD Origins — February 15th, 2010

Story 3 for you today in our tiptoe down the timeline of the evolution of the awesomest book series about a fictional TV show: Trolls for Dust. I really enjoy writing about theater and film production, and what I imagine actors' lives to be like.  It must be fun to play a different person every few... Continue Reading →

TfD Origins — February 11th, 2010

Trolls and caves go hand in hand.  This story explores what a cavern domain would be like and also a Tolkien-ish problem of two species trying to share a world in which they don't get along.  Also, I have to add that the funnest (ok, I know it's not a word, but 'most fun' sounds... Continue Reading →

Trolls for Dust Origins — February 3rd, 2010

As a potential reader of the Trolls for Dust book series, you may wonder, just where did this idea come from?  For the next couple of weeks I would like to share with you nine stories all written in one year that inspired the idea of the series.   In 2010 I had embarked upon... Continue Reading →

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