I Ching (The Book of Change): A New Translation of the by John Blofeld

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Debating between the dark green and the dark red outfit, Kor donned a fresh stonefiber loincloth while he decided. His brothers preferred undertrousers, but stonefiber only came from the mainland in a cloth form, not a thread form. The one time he'd tried to wear stitched undertrousers while working in his forge-fire, the stitches had turned to ash, leaving the pieces of fabric puddled around his naked feet. Instead, with just a thin stonefiber sash knotted around his hips to hold up the loincloth, there was no need for flimsy stitches that could fail at any moment.

In fact, I have actually been told by a handful of people how neat it is that I thank people in print. Well, duh! Without them, my writing would be crappy! Writing is usually a solitary craft, but it is almost never done in a complete vacuum. I thank you, the person holding this book, for taking the time to read these acknowledgments and learn these names (well, okay, these online screen-names), because these people do help me ensure that what I write is worthy of being read. Pern_Dragon cold read this one in spite of her busy schedule, so she definitely gets a hug for her input.

He had been a Wavescout, one of a crew assigned to work with the newer members of the Aquamancy Guild, showing them how to pilot their subsurface vessels and how to sail them up above the waves on the longer-range patrols. Their first kiss had been on the surface, with blond streaks in his brown hair glinting in the sun and his brown gaze appreciative, even a little amused when their lips had parted. It had been a hot day, and her kiss had literally been refreshing, or so he had said before kissing her a second time.

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