Delphiniums in a Window box Every sunrise, sometimes strangers' eyes. Not necessarily swans, even crows, even the evening fusillade of bats. That place where the creek goes underground, how many weeks before I see you again? Stacks of books, every page, character's rage and poet's strange contraption of syntax and song, every song even when... Continue Reading →
Author, Renee Scattergood
Enjoy this month-long tour featuring authors of all fantasy genres. Maybe among them you will find a new favorite! (Note that I have not read all of these works, and their appearance here is not necessarily a personal endorsement.)
Renee Scattergood is today’s featured author from the Magic of Solstice Fantasy Writers’ Tour. She has been on my blog before (welcome back!) and I’ve started reading her Shadow Stalker series, which is exciting and full of suspense right from the beginning. Renee is very active in the Indie Author community, always willing to help others and share her expertise. I’m very happy to host for her on this last day of the tour, and am looking forward to joining her cabin for Camp NaNoWriMo in July.
Help us get to know you better! What do you write, and how do you describe yourself as an author?
I write fantasy, mainly dark fantasy…
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Author, Joshua Robertson
And so we reach the last day of the Magic of Solstice blog tour – I hope you have enjoyed meeting all the different fantasy authors. Today I will be visiting Charlotte Henley Babb‘s blog. Please come by and say “HI”.
Here on Paws 4 Thought we welcome Joshua Robertson.
Joshua Robertson is an ambitious writer that enjoys devising flash fiction, short stories, poems, children’s books, and epic fantasy novels. Joshua is the author of the transitional children’s book, Bo Bunny and the Trouble. He is also the author of the dark fantasy novel, Melkorka, in the Thrice Nine Legends series. A tabletop game based off of the novel and world, called Thrice Nine Legends, is set to be released in 2015.
Joshua currently lives in Alaska with his spouse and children. His ancestry is primarily Slavic and Scottish, which is often recognized in his fantasy writings. He…
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Author, Allison D. Reid
Today marks the last day of the Magic of Solstice Fantasy Writers Tour. Our final visitor is Allison D. Reid. She cut her teeth on may of the classic fantasy writers and traveled around Europe, getting a feel for the atmosphere so often found in fantasy literature. Give Allison a warm welcome.
Allison D. Reid’s passion for medieval history and fantasy was sparked by writers like C.S. Lewis, J.R.R Tolkien, and Lloyd Alexander. She also spent years living in Europe, captivated by its ancient towns, cathedrals, and castles. She received her B.A. in writing from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. Her first published work, Journey to Aviad, is a Christian Fantasy novel—the first in The Wind Rider Chronicles book series. Many of her short stories relate back to the world of her books. Allison has two young daughters, runs a small business with her husband, and also provides editing…
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