“So. Looks like we didn’t have to come after all.” Wei Wuxian flopped back against Wen Ning’s solid shoulder, shamelessly leaving his friend between him and a tall, hard, likely chilly tree trunk. Continue reading
Quite literally. The judge was NOT impressed. Continue reading
How do you want your supernatural Hunter to operate? A lone avenger Walking the Earth, a la Vampire Hunter D, or a known (if possibly kooky) member of a team and community? Continue reading
“So many noisy people,” Talia murmured to Rolan, as the two of them did their best to ghost away across the field. Continue reading
View from one side.
Catching the light. Silk beads are nifty!
Found this on Tumblr and had to share.
The author reaches Shakespearean levels of insult! Such as this gem:
“Bottom middle is green beans. Friends, it is unforgiveable. If you left a cup of green tea on the porch in bad weather for a week, during which time it attained sentience and promptly began plotting your demise, and you hate green tea, that’s what this tastes like.”
…This is how you properly insult someone without ever using foul language. Writers take note!
A Grimoire for Gamblers, by Amanda Creiglow. I’m not going to give this a star rating, because my reaction to this one is twofold: Continue reading