UPDATE 3/31/2016: The two editions (paperback/kindle) have finally been merged! The link has been updated on the Tangled Threads Publishing page, as well. And now, without further ado, I am pleased to announce that Advent of Ruin is now live on Amazon and available for purchase (or borrowing through Kindle Unlimited, if that’s what floats… Read More It’s Aliiiiiiiive!
Sivid gave himself a few turns to size up the opposition before venturing in for his warmup round. The puffed-up rooster of a man who looked just about to take his leave was not likely to be much competition, but he thought he saw a few others who could put on a show. Others like… Read More 2.22 – Hall Dance
“I don’t think I need to tell anyone that the neo-nazis are assholes, right? They are also in general mentally ill and have other issues. ” Source: The Fringe | According To Hoyt
GenCon is gearing up today, with an official start tomorrow. Even if you can’t join me at the Con, though, this is a great weekend to pick up Advent if you haven’t already! It’s on a Countdown deal through the end of the day Sunday. For the next day and a half you can snag… Read More Advent of Ruin on Kindle Countdown
Einarr furrowed his brow at Runa’s suggestion, confused. “A… tune? But Song Magic is fundamentally ephemeral.” “Indeed.” All hint of sensuality was gone from Reki’s voice, and Einarr heard what sounded like a warning threat in her tone. He bristled: this was his wife she used that tone with, after all. “Song magic is utterly… Read More 2.21 – A Tune for All Seasons
Found this reading the news this morning, feel like I was in the right track with the garden I put in earlier this year. Managed to get a few heads of lettuce before they bolted, and my tomatoes are starting to ripen. It’s starting to look like I’ll have cucumbers, too! https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/the-zoo-beneath-our-feet-were-only-beginning-to-understand-soils-hidden-world/2017/08/08/f73e3950-7799-11e7-9eac-d56bd5568db8_story.html?utm_term=.dc962880b675 UPDATE: Pictures!
They finished their lunch in silence. For his part, Einarr kept turning over in his head Jorir’s revelation – the one he plainly did not wish to speak more of. He wasn’t quite certain what to make of his father’s new scrutiny, either. That ‘cursebreaker’ had the ring of a title about it. I’m not… Read More 2.20 – The Third Trial
The deck of the dromon and the rolling waves and the salt sea air faded gradually from Einarr’s consciousness to be replaced by the sound of wind through the trees and the rustling of grass in the mountain meadows surrounding them. He looked about to get his bearings: he was several paces farther forward than… Read More 2.19 – A Moment of Respite
“If your heart does not remain with the Weaver and the Wolf, swear again before me as you once did before my father Raen.” A number of grim faces around the hall met Stigander’s request, but no-one protested. Stigander would have been well within his rights to have them put to death, or trial by… Read More 2.18 – A Father’s Honor
Stigander caught the sound of silver bells in the wind and steeled himself. The last trial had tried to make him choose between his birthright and his son’s future, as though the two could be separated. That had been bad enough, but surely the trials ahead would be just as wrenching. He took a step… Read More 2.17 – Vision of Home
One down, five to go… Four. Einarr stared through the gap in the circle where his fallen opponent had been and set his jaw. A cry of shock from the other side of Arring said his partner had felled another, but already more Valkyries rushed towards their circle. In only a moment, the two fallen… Read More 2.16 – Desperate Battle