Gabriel, The Training of an Angel is the story of, well, the Angel Gabriel’s training. Here’s the blurb off Amazon: Looking back on his youth from a heaven unconstrained by time, the angel Gabriel writes his memoir to recount his early spiritual formation on Earth with the Hanson family. Sent in 2015 by the … Continue reading Gabriel, The Training of an Angel
Because I'm sarcastic and have a wild imagination.
I have friends in high places and in low. Actually, they’re all in pretty high places, because I look up to every single one of them in some way or another. You all know who you are. I love you. XD I probably should revise that. I have online friends in high places, mainly because … Continue reading 5 Fun Things to Do With Friends You’ve Never Met
This is scary. I turn 20 years old today. I've been meaning to write this post for days... weeks, even. But life happened and blogging didn't happen and voila, here I am. No waxing sentimental here, but I have 20 Thoughts on Turning 20. 1) What even? This isn't just a parent thing, I agree … Continue reading 20 Thoughts on Turning 20
I have a friend. Actually I have a lot of friends. As one lovely person commented to me this last week, "IS THERE ANYONE YOU DON'T KNOW?!" Why, yes. I don't know Gandalf in person yet. Next question? XD Anywaaaaay. Lydia Howe, aka Aidyl Ewoh, is releasing a book! While it's not exactly down my … Continue reading I Am So Excited and It’s Not Even My Book
Meet Morgan S. Ray, author of Chronically Super! Tell me about the world of your books. How is it different from Earth and from other fantasy worlds, and what inspired you to write a story set there? My world at the moment is set in the real world, but with some extra flares. My world has … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “Chonically Super” with Morgan S. Ray
Wherein I spew sarcasm, fangirl, and am generally not-myself.
1. Tell me about the world of your book, Fabled. How is it different from Earth and from other fantasy worlds, and what inspired you to write a story set there? Fabled is similar to a medieval setting in our world, but otherwise is pretty different. There are giants, witches, enchanted beasts and magic. The … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “Fabled” by Kara Jaynes
Reblogged from todwellandneverleave.com Are you ready? SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 ~ AMANDA It’s cool outside with a somewhat eerie whistling wind. Gas stations have their prices zeroed out signifying no more fuel. Store shelves are emptier than the church parking lot at midnight. It’s pandemonium during the day, then a silence descends at night. Everything echoes: “The storm … Continue reading Sharing Saturday: “Are You Ready?
Tell me about the world of your books, Words of Gold, Words of Song, and Words of Peace. How is it different from Earth and from other fantasy worlds, and what inspired you to write a story set there? Arromëre is very similar to Earth in looks: there are lush valleys and raging rivers and … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “Betrayal and Bravery” by Julian Daventry