Let’s talk about something villainous. Sounds fun, right? Who are your top five antagonists? “A Drift of Quills” takes a walk on the dark side…!
“Myths and Mortals” picks up where the previous book left off, only the opposition has his eye on a new, dangerous target.
But you have heard of me… All kidding aside, what book have you read that surprised you—in a good way? I keep coming back to one particular series… (robinlythgoe.com)
My Book Space wants an overhaul, in a major way. I sit here at my desk, looking at the serviceable build-a-shelf units from the hardware store, and dream…
Five Good Things (#12): In which we talk about Fantasy Requirements / Nora Roberts’ Legal Action on Digital Plagiarism / The World of Domhantyr / How to Spell “Fish” / The only library in the world that operates in two countries at once.
A Drift of Quills: Fiction Shots #5— It’s flash fiction! Three different stories inspired by one picture. This round, we’re inspired by a cityscape and a little side trip to our previous works.
Chocolate Filled Boston Cream Pie is a cake. Ha! It’s definitely one of my favorites, but why is it called a pie?? I looked it up. Read on to see what I found out!
A Drift of Quills are revealing their top 3 inspirational book quotes this month. What special words motivate us, and why? Where did those genius lines come from? The best book quotes have a way of sticking with us long after we’ve read a book, and they crop up when we least expect. Even better, finding a particular line or paragraph that strikes a chord within us is like finding a treasure…
“Smoke & Summons” by Charlie N. Holmberg is a fast-paced story full of demons and thugs, chase scenes and close calls. The magic is intriguing and layered: innocents particularly talented at hosting dangerous demons, and ancient artifacts full of strange powers. The setting simmers with history and lore we only glimpse briefly. I want to see more!
A Drift of Quills has been stranded on a desert island! Since we knew we’d be marooned, we were able to ship in reading material ahead of time. Sadly, we’re limited to three books. Which three will each of us choose?