Plus Account, Created on 27 September 2004 (#4664977), Last updated on 15 March 2014 [Gift]
by Paul Harris
(with permission from the author)
These are two of nineteen tales of terror at the beach,
available in the anthology.
Why the Jade Dragon?
Giants, Monsters, and Dragons: An Encyclopedia of Folklore, Legend, and Myth By Rose, Carol
Dragons of China
Eastern Dragon Overview
Chinese Dragon at Answers.com
Chinese Dragon on Lycos.com
Myths of China & Japan By Donald A MacKenzie
Bonjour America, SuperFrenchie
snapes_angel on Hi5.com.
snapes_angel on blurty.com.
(Of Interest: The Creation of an OC; Character Profile-and no, I'm not the author!)
I am a literary Severus Snape fan. I'm not interested in Alan Rickman other than his portrayal (although I'm really getting to despise the movies), although I liked him in films like "Galaxy Quest" and "Dogma" (I figure he had to have a wicked sense of humour for the latter, and the former--I've always had kind of a soft spot for Spock, the outsider among us all, and Rickman's character portrayed a parody of a Spock character onscreen--funny and poignant, if you remember the "I Am Not Spock" and "I Am Spock" things): but my major interest has always been the literary incarnation. (Tempted to add so there, but... can you say overkill? I knew you could!)
The Original Winx Club is Love
You scored 76%
Chaos predominates your life and your personality, and you know how to ride its fickle windw to greatest advantage. You're comfortable in situations that many people would find difficult or distasteful, but "normal" settings can sometimes make you feel uneasy. If you're not a chaos magician, chaote, or chaotician, you should be. Your predominating element is probably fire.