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21 September 2011

Salutations

Hello I'm a new writer for this blog. My user-name is M.V. Bones, but I invite you to know me by my preferred pen-name, Kurotsuta Murasaki. I understand, it might be a little hard to pronounce, but it is a Japanese name. Kurotsuta, means "black ivy" and Murasaki is a name meaning "purple", my favourite colour. I write it in "eastern order", that is with the surname preceding the given name, my apologies if that's a little confusing.
I was introduced to "Gothic Divine" on Stardoll.com, where this blog got it's start as a club. I recently made a "scenery" (or landscape) on that sight featuring a Yuuki-onna {Snow Woman}, which is a spectre from Japanese mythology. The wonderful BallerinaDark commented on the scenery and posted an article about the myth here on Gothic Divine Magazine. After I thanked her for her kind words, I told her of a few more Japanese legends that I'd read, and the next thing I knew, she offered me a spot as a member of the Gothic Divine Magazine staff, writing posts on whatever other folktales (not necessarily Japanese ones) that I might like to share.
I'm the new kid on the blog (ha ha, bad puns) and it warms my black silk heart to be allowed to write for this wonderful site! I'm new to blogging in general, so forgive me if I make a few silly mistakes. Please treat me kindly, I'll write about my first folktale soon (I hope). I will now offer these parting words: Sayonara (Until we meet again).

Kurotsuta Murasaki {M.V.Bones}
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