I've just discovered my ancient family motto. Prepare yourself for this, because it's true, even though it sounds like I'm making it up. Ready?
"A Wight man never wants a weapon."
In case you might be unfamiliar with the secondary definition of "want," this means "A Wight man never lacks a weapon," or in other words, "A Wight man is never unarmed."
Doesn't that sound awesome? I'm going to have to work that into a story at some point. I'll include a picture of my family crest below, in case you still don't believe me.
Also, please allow me to remind you once again: I'm sending out another short story to the mailing list on April 1st. That's this Friday. Sign up now, or miss it forever!*
*By 'forever,' I mean I'll send it to you if you ask me by email, but I'd appreciate it if you just subscribed to the mailing list. It's much easier to send all the stories out at once.
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