|This week’s Notable and Quotable from the Bloodlines Reforged Saga. |
This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from Bloom of Blood and Bone, Book II of the Lords of Order & Chaos Series.
– He smiled as he felt the creature land in his stomach and begin to squirm and then thrash about. He dined on the snake’s fear as much as its flesh and fluid.
I hope this week’s newsletter finds you all well. If you’re looking for a starter into the Bloodlines Reforged Saga, Fires that Forge and/or Roland’s Path are the starting blocks. The complete first trilogies of both are available on Amazon and can be found here; Heirs of Vanity and Lords of Order & Chaos. We have at least two more series planned that will go into the over all Saga. Each series is set up to stand alone, but you find a deeper understanding of all the characters involved if you read all the series. Please consider leaving us a review on Amazon. Thanks!
I also need to let you know about Paul J. Bennett’s sword and sorcery novel, Ashes – The Frozen Flame Book One. If you’re looking for a new series starter, this one’s for you!
Cordelia Castel has a boxset out! The Dragon Mage Academy, Books 1 thru 3 are available now.
On the home front, we’re going to begin creating a few videos of me reading segments of Roland’s Path and Fires that Forge which can be found on our Facebook page here; Facebook Bloodlines. I’ve also begun work in earnest on Stalking Shadows, Book IV of the Lords of Order and Chaos Series.
We had a bit of rough weather around here over the past week but were certainly more fortunate than many others just a few miles down the road that lost homes and businesses to tornadoes. We had some baseball size hail and flooding. We noticed a number of people stopping on the road next to our fenceline; I assumed to look at the high water marks and the results of the flooding.
As you can tell from the pictures, the water was flowing over a five-wire fence at one point. Also, we discovered one of our Halloween decorations (one lost about 5 years ago in another tornado). I’m pretty sure our skeleton was the cause of so many folks stopping to look.
Here’s hoping you’re all surviving the Big Q and adjusting to the huge changes we’re all facing right now. Let me know how you’re doing. Feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with word of how you’re doing, questions about our tales, or comments about the story.
Until next time, ‘Crush your Enemies!’
R.J. Check us out on Amazon