Hailing from the Rocky Mountains, Daniel Dougherty is an introvert with much to say—consequently he has resorted to writing to say it. Focusing mainly on the subjects of History, Folklore, and Literature, he seeks to learn from ages past (often exhausting all sources of research) in order to pass it on to his own halflings (and for his own amusement). He also attempts numerous illustrations—usually Tolkien-related—in his non-existent free time. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts.
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