Island: A piece of land completely surrounded by water.
Hologram: A three-dimensional image formed by the interference of light beams from a laser or other coherent light source. / A photograph of an interference pattern which, when suitably illuminated, produces a three-dimensional image.
Gargoyle: a waterspout, usually in the form of a grotesquely carved animal or fantastic creature cut from stone and attached to the roof of an old church, etc., often with an open mouth through which rain water flows away.
Fleeting: passing swiftly; vanishing quickly; transient; transitory.
Euthanasia: the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma.
Dandelion: a common small, bright yellow wild flower that has a lot of long, thin petals arranged in a circular pattern around a round centre.
Carousel: a merry-go-round / a rotating machine or device, a revolving case or tray used for storage or display. / a tournament or exhibition in which horsemen execute evolutions. Carousal: a wild, drunken party or celebration.
Bastard: usually offensive: a child born to parents who are not married to each other. / Irregular, inferior, or of questionable origin.
Auto-da-fé: the ceremony for pronouncing judgment by the Inquisition which was followed by the execution of sentence by secular authorities. / the burning of a heretic Events portrayed during the creation of this story are totally fictional, although based on real or imaginary historical events of the world in which we are living. “Excerpt from … Continue reading A is for Auto-da-Fé – Worldbuilding Gizma´s World
This year, this is going to be the fourth and last post of April 2018. Wait, shouldn´t they be 26 and not 4? It has been a very complicated month for many of us fellow writers. Camp NaNoWriMo, A to Z challenge, added to any other Twitter, Instagram or Facebook writing challenge you gladly name. … Continue reading Z is for Z to A: Doing everything upside down