Author Profile: Kaitlin Branch
Blog site: http://www.theatheleseries.wordpress.com
Book Genre: High Fantasy
Title and description: Sleight of Spirit, book 1 of the Athele Series The Athele series is a high fantasy epic with elements of magic, multiple planes, alternate universes, and a rich mythos. It is set in variable places, but centers mainly on a classic fantasy setting, also including flashes of steampunk, sci-fi, and even the earth we ourselves inhabit (or something quite similar to it).
Melissa Dolloy is a young healer, quickly rising in renown throughout the countryside. But her bright future is doused when she is possessed by a demon. Adopted by a man she hates and unable to even speak her name as any but Morgan, the former healer struggles against those who wish to own her, those who wish to love her, and worst of all, the demon that claims her soul.
Sleight of Spirit will be published in winter of 2012. Please stop by The Athele Series blog, follow, and leave a comment!
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Asked for this for Christmas to fill a glaring #reading gap of mine…H.G. Wells.
Reading the Look At Me! Book to my son. It has eye holes so the reader has an animal mask on each page. Since my son, 16 months, loves this book, this is often our view of him.
I haven’t been reading to him nearly as much as I was 6 months ago (read him most of the original Winnie the Pooh collection, The Hobbit, Curious George, and other sundry books). I think my son’s insistence on reading this is a hint to read other books more often to him.
In case you missed it, check out my book review of Gabriel’s Return, by Steve Umstead. If you like science fiction, I recommend this book.
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Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.
Stephen King (On Writing)
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Guardians of the Books. My bookshelves are guarded by this terrifying lot. I dare anyone to approach uninvited.
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