Witch Woman – Heterchromia iridium

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Witch Woman – Heterchromia iridium

Witch Woman – heterochromia iridium

Heterochromia iridium refers to a difference in coloration, usually of the iris. It comes from a lack, or excess amount, of melanin and may be inherited or the result of disease or injury.
Maggie, the main character in my soon-to-be-released e-book, WITCH WOMAN, has that interesting physical trait, one blue eye and one brown. Although we see animals exhibiting this condition fairly often, it occurs rarely in the human population. The odds are approximately one in a million. Usually, the affected iris is a much lighter shade of the normal eye, ie: topaz-brown, hazel-brown or blue-green combinations. Rarely do we see the distracting blue-brown that I created with the fictional character Maggie McBride, however, I did find that very same startling characteristic in the realMax Scherzer, a National League baseball player whose photo appears above. The wonderful thing about fiction is the way an author can manipulate facts to create an intriguing story.

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