Character Development, Cryptozoology, Folkpunk, Inuit Folklore, Mythological Creature Archive, Punk, Therian, Writerly Tips, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature; the Amarok, an Inuit wolf of Greenland and other arctic regions – With Therian writing prompt

According to Wikipedia an amarok, or amaroq, is a gigantic wolf, in Inuit mythology. It is said to stalk and devour any person foolish enough to hunt alone at night. Unlike wolves who hunt in packs, amaroks hunt alone.

Character Development, Mayan Folklore, Mythological Creature Archive, Paranormal, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature; The Alux, an ancient goblin of the Maya in the Yucatán Peninsula and Guatamala

Photo Credit: https://tinyurl.com/y6hnzhg8 ***Disclaimer*** Depending on which source you read, the pronunciation and plural spelling of this creature differ. It is also sometimes described as an inanimate object, a fairy, or a sprite.... a spirit or a goblin. The creature seemingly oscillates between being a protector and being a nuisance (or possibly worse.) Let's assume… Continue reading Mythological Creature; The Alux, an ancient goblin of the Maya in the Yucatán Peninsula and Guatamala

Christian Folklore, Islamic Folklore, Muslim Folklore, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature; Al Rakim- ‘Dog,’ of the seven miraculous sleepers of Ephesus

Photo Credit: Katie Chao - Theodosius II arrives at Ephesus According to Britannica.com, the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus were the heroes of a famous legend. The legend affirmed the resurrection of the dead. This had a lasting influence in all of Christendom and in Islam during the Middle Ages. According to the story, during the… Continue reading Mythological Creature; Al Rakim- ‘Dog,’ of the seven miraculous sleepers of Ephesus

Character Development, Cryptozoology, Historical Fiction, Magical Realism, Mythological Creature Archive, Writerly Tips, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature, the German Alp Demon – Why are German Folk Tales so dark? Snapshot GRIMM – with a Harry Potter FAN-FICTION Writing Prompt

The Grimm Brothers - Photo Credit: https://tinyurl.com/y5us2w44 According to Biography.com, despite the fact that Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are often associated with Snow White and Rapunzel, the brothers didn’t actually write any of those stories. In fact, the stories existed long before the two men were born in Germany in the mid 1780s. The fairy… Continue reading Mythological Creature, the German Alp Demon – Why are German Folk Tales so dark? Snapshot GRIMM – with a Harry Potter FAN-FICTION Writing Prompt