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Here at Untethered Realms, we're taking on the Challenge as a group. Each day, one of us will be sharing with you a fantastical creature that may be from one of our books, a favorite movie, or something we just came up with as entertainment.
Today we have...
S is for Satyrs
Ah, those randy Satyrs, always after the human women. One of the central characters in my Jewels of Chandra series is half-satyr. Lothan is introduced in book one, Diamonds and Dust. His magic comes from his music, playing a flute, and his storytelling skills. He has the ability to bend people's emotions and starts riots when he's not careful about it.
What do you think about Satyrs? These women seem to be enjoying his company!
I am a little bit huffy that Satyrs are male. It sounds like a fun, albeit dangerous, job.ReplyDelete
It can be a bit hairy, too, EC. ;)Although, they have hooves so they don't have to wear shoes...ReplyDelete
Pan is one of my favorites! I wrote several stories featuring him....ReplyDelete
I think the person who invented them would have been a romance writer in another life!ReplyDelete
Marlene at On Writing and Riding
Ooo, I love how you use Satyrs. How cool!ReplyDelete
Hi River .. looks like the women are trying to pull him apart and he's somewhat anxiously hanging on ...ReplyDelete
Lothan certainly has to control his emotions and magic .. I wouldn't like to be around if things go wrong ..
Michael - Really? How cool! :)ReplyDelete
GSMarlene - They are a romantic bunch. ;)
Cherie - Thanks! I hope I gave the satyr lore a few new twists. :)
Hi, Hilary! Yes, you're right...and things do go wrong... ;)ReplyDelete
They seem to always have an adoring crowd.ReplyDelete
His magic sounds fun. I can't wait to get to that part.ReplyDelete
Oh they are randy beasts:) I think Errol Flynn must have been one:) Horned horny devilsReplyDelete
Lothan is such a wicked character. Eagerly awaiting book two!ReplyDelete
Lothan sounds like a pied piper. I can imagine the women not only following, but chasing him!ReplyDelete
I think it might take more than that for me - but, my mother always said that I was easily led - so, who knows?
Lothan sounds like an interesting character. Great blog. I am your newest A to Z follower. Nice to meet you.ReplyDelete
Lee - Yes, they seem to be popular with the ladies. ;)ReplyDelete
Mary - Lothan's magic is fun!
Birgit - LOL! Errol Flynn with a tail...quite a picture. ;)
Ellie - A Lothan fan! He thanks you. :)
Fanny - Uh, oh...you can't escape the magic of his pipes! :)
Debi - Thanks for joining our merry blog! Nice to meet you. :)
I've always enjoyed Satyrs when I've come across them in books or movies. It's not often though. =(ReplyDelete
Patricia Lynne, YA Author
It looks like those women have tuckered that poor Satyr out. He seems to be protesting a bit! Lothan is one of my favorite characters in your book.ReplyDelete
Patricia - You're right. Satyrs aren't real common...which is why I'm attracted to them. :)ReplyDelete
Christine - I'm so glad you enjoyed Lothan! He's such a fun goat (as Rhone would say). ;)
I drew a picture of a "randy" Satyr once. It was quite fun.ReplyDelete
I can imagine the fun, Michael! Did you use a stiff pen to draw with? ;)ReplyDelete
What a great painting! And I find the idea of a super-sexy creature who can draw women in an evocative idea. Lots to work with in a plotline.ReplyDelete
Catherine - They're rather less-than-pleasant to the men in the group...and very strong! :)ReplyDelete
Dang, he's definitely got something going for him. I wonder if it's his... hooves?ReplyDelete