After much thought, Mr. Moore and I have decided that the most economical way to offer a “you ask it, we answer it” session would be via a Google+ Hangout.
Yes, it requires you have a G+ account, BUT you’re not required to actually use it and join another social network if you don’t want to, and you can delete it right after.
Keeps me from typing a billion words, and allows Steven to go on tangents, and let me assure you, you want Steven to go on tangents.
I was thinking maybe [...] Continue reading
The worst monsoon Ardel had seen in over a decade descended upon the city with all the rage of a Seraph’s curse. Even the oldest residents, calloused by daily jungle rainstorms, found cause to board their windows and stay indoors. Wind roared through thoroughfares, screamed through alleyways, and whistled shrilly through unshored cracks in houses.
A single man braced himself against the storm, figure blurred by a hooded cape and one arm cradling something against his chest.
His other arm raised and fell, ceaselessly battering against a nondescript wooden door, pounding out [...] Continue reading
In a dark room down a winding staircase hidden behind a cogsmithed bookshelf, Dame Vakaena waited.
Red spark from her wings and weak yellow flame of the candle she’d brought with her lent the room an eerie, ominous glow.
Very few people knew about this room. In point of fact, only three people still living had any notion of its existence. Herself, the man she waited for, and the dresl who disposed of bodies on her behalf.
Not even Vakaano knew of it, which was precisely as she preferred it.
She sighed, thinking of [...] Continue reading