Just another helpful letter to the Internet

Dear Internet,

No, no, no. I just wanted to look at pictures of baby ravens. I didn’t want to buy one.

Not everything of value needs to be available for my personal purchase and ownership. You and your peeps might consider that sometime.

Me

P.S. Also, am beginning to suspect there’s no search term on this earth that won’t make you toss up a link to a Naruto fanfic. But hey, we all have our quirks.

Janni Lee Simner

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Janni Lee Simner is the author of the post-apocalyptic Bones of Faerie trilogy and the contemporary fantasy Thief Eyes, as well as four books for younger children, more than 30 short stories, and the script for the video game The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse. Check out her Writing Life Series for practical tools to hone your writing craft and unlock your creative power or join her email list for ongoing updates here.
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2 Responses to Just another helpful letter to the Internet

  1. ordocorvus says:

    I usually skip Google and go straight to Deviant Art.

    For such beautiful animals, they sure do start out as awkward babies. Little beaks with feet.

    I have a good friend in Tucson, Az who has a raven. But she’s also a University researcher with a Phd. doing some pretty groundbreaking research on corvids. I hear stories of people buying them for pets and not knowing what they’re getting into and being unable to care for them and that makes me sad.

    Found some pictures for you though, if you’re still looking:
    http://silantwanderer.deviantart.com/art/The-Crow-188669013
    http://croue-battle.deviantart.com/art/Wah-130216255
    http://vonora.deviantart.com/art/Flower-eat-Toka-357749126
    http://lawrenciumlr.deviantart.com/art/Elzivir-397125263
    http://wibbie.deviantart.com/art/I-Want-my-Mama-99575208
    http://wrottencherryw.deviantart.com/art/Newborn-Crow-Blue-Eyes-307402255
    http://shochin.deviantart.com/art/akka-uwak-III-57160938

  2. I’m good (google image search actually did give me what I need), but thanks for the searching!

    Birds of all sorts do start out as awkward babies, don’t they? (If you really want to have fun, try baby turkey vultures. :-)

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