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  • Writer's pictureKL Forslund

A New Year

It’s the end of 2023, and the future is coming.  Who doesn’t love cryptic predictions. Plus, I need the practice for the wizard novel.


January

Names will be named. Some a surprise, others are expected.


February

A storm will come. A chill wind blows from the North.


March

A simple thing becomes important


April

The fool strikes again.


May

An unexpected development must be dealt with.


June

Beware the half way mark.


July


August

The oven is ready and the baking begins


September

The tempest will come. Hold fast.


October

Fear the fearful, feed the fearless.


November

A choice must be made


December

Upset voices gather to become louder


No hallucinogens were injured in the writing of this article. Please speculate responsibly. Generic predictions carry the same active ingredient as name brands. Have a good year.



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