The folks at The Witches’ Almanac has sent me an advance copy of next years almanac “The Witches’ Almanac, Issue 38, Spring 2019-Spring 2020: Animals: Friends and Familiars”
I’ll do a video thumb through of this one soon. I will say this, it does seem possible, but the book just keeps getting better each year .
Storytelling Alchemy: Write Your Own Happy Ending by Renee Damoiselle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
All in all, I thought it was an excellent book. I liked the writing style of the author and more importantly I came away liking the author. That being said, at first, I was uncomfortable with her and her definition of alchemy “a magickal term for transforming lead into gold” page 9. I thought that her definition was too simple and fru fru. I was prepared to dislike the book and found myself quibbling about everything she said. I was letting her words and my ego get in the way of what she was trying to say. Eventually, I decided to give the book a fair chance and I came away really liking it.
I guess, at some point, I felt that I heard her voice.
If you give “Storytelling Alchemy” a chance, I think you’ll turn your lead into gold.
*Disclaimer* I want to thank Weiser Books for providing a free copy of this book for review purposes.
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MAN AT ARMS: REFORGED …
Westworld reforging the bowie knife used by the mysterious “The Man in Black.”
I enjoyed this series back in the day and I like to check back on it from time to time. In this case, the Man at Arms: Reforged crew make the sword Brisingr from the Eragon book series. While I highly recommend reading Eragon, I can’t give the same recommendation for the movie. Who knows, maybe Hollyweird will give us a reboot?
Everyone needs a reading niche…
That awkward moment when you look at a steampunk coffee table and say to yourself, “I could make that”, only to remember that you are too lazy to even rake the yard.
A sneak peek at a forthcoming (Winter 2019) deck: Mermaid Tarot by Leeza Robertson and Julie Dillon..