D.E. Haggerty’s “Death by Cupcake” #3 Release!

I wanted to take a break from our tour week to share with y'all a brand new release from author D.E. Haggerty. So take a look below if you like a little mystery served with your literary sweets. "Listen to me – using words like ruse. I need to watch it before I follow in... Continue Reading →

"I can tell you generally that when treating with magic in fantasy, you have to keep it magical. Many fantasy writers work out these detailed systems, and rules, and I think that's a mistake. For magic to be effective in literary sense, it has to be unknowable and strange and dangerous, with forces that can't... Continue Reading →

Wolfgirl Quotes

"She had taken the life of the one that had taken her mother’s. She had avenged her brother’s death. She was a hunter now. But Mother would never know and Wolfsbane would hunt alone. Their kind, the last humans of the Wylder Mountains, would fade into the snow like the majik of the lost city."... Continue Reading →

Wolfgirl Quotes

    "He pushed his way between them with his burly frame and forced her to stand in the cold with him. He flipped the long, silver dagger so its worn handle faced her. “Take your claw, pup,” he growled. This was called White Fang, a blade almost as legendary as the hunter who owned... Continue Reading →

Wolfgirl Quotes

"And then a strange calm fell over her and the snow and limbs were no longer obstacles. In this moment she became a part of the forest and avoided pitfalls and roots with ease. She felt free as the howling winds and the birds of prey that trailed them." -Wolfsbane's Daughter, A Wylder Tale Novella

Reading Persuasion

I've been reading Jane Austen's "Persuasion" again and wanted to share some quotes that stood out to me so far. I forget how much of Austen's writing is prose interspersed by dialogue. An interesting read when so much of our modern novels are filled with dialogue and very little prose. Persuasion has long been my... Continue Reading →

A Quote from Peter S. Beagle

"I had to go back to the start and find a new path...and let me tell you, every memory I have of what came next, with very few exceptions, is painful. It was nothing but struggle. It was Sisyphus pushing that damn rock up the hill, only to have it roll back down again. I... Continue Reading →

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