Day 36

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            “Lady Wyshell retained more than her fair share of the family pride. Her father had been a talker, always telling her how it used to be and how it should be again. She had inherited his almost religious fervour but differed from him in one important way. Wyshell was a doer, not a talker.”

Welcome to Old Pashria. Find out more about Lady Wyshell and her family history in today’s episode of “Tharblood. Kings & Seers” at: –

https://anystories.onelink.me/zUiI?pid=author_invite&c=share_book&af_ad=5fb3ebd7e33a4d00162835ef&af_adset=link&af_dp=anystories%3A%2F%2F%2Fbook%2F5fb3ebd7e33a4d00162835ef&af_web_dp=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.anystories.app

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