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Pic: Florintin

Okay, not Gawain from my Arthur stories, but from Faith in the Moon.  I might be signing contracts for those stories and it was suggested that Faith wasn't a very manly name. Okay.. I guess his name is actually Florintin Prideaux. :)

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Thank you Sharita & IRM for this award!
Post the award and the rules on your blog.
List 3 things you would change if you were overlord.
List 10 blogs you think are worthy of world domination.
Leave them a message in their comment sections with a link saying you chose them:

IF I WAS OVERLORD!

My three things I would change?

1. I'd make an attempt to eradicate world hunger.
2. Find a way to salvage and renew our fragile environment.
3. Eliminate all the evil powers that be.

The 10 sites I give this to

1. Michael Mandrake
2. Robin Badillo
3. Avril Ashton
4. Amy Romine
5. Nix Winter
6. Dena Celeste
7. Cassandre Dayne
8. Kristal McKerrington
9. Jennifer Labelle
10. Staci Brush

Happy Yaoi Hunting!
Blak Rayne ^_^!!
http://blakraynebooks.blogspot.com/
Nix Winter said…
Wow! That's pretty spiffy :) Thank you!

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