Welcome to this month’s Notable & Quotable! Before we get to the N&Q I need to let you know the omnibus, Lords of Order & Chaos, and Stalking Shadows (Book IV in the Lords of Order & Chaos series / Book VII in the Bloodlines Reforged Saga) are now available on Amazon and Kindle!
Now, for the Notable & Quotable!
“Now what? We look through and see if it scratched your magic writing?” Rogash asked.
Dru and Silas gave Rogash an incredulous and somewhat alarmed look, which he took as an answer.
“No need for conjecture at this point. As I said, it should have done the job, but why risk possession by some creepy old rapist, when I have a much better solution,” Silas said, enjoying his own cleverness far more than his companions. “I’ve filled this wineskin with some volunteered blood…”
This month’s Character Bio: Lynneare, a.k.a. Supreme Pontiff, The Warlock of the Marshes, First of the Cursed, The Original Betrayer, and Father. Be warned! Spoilers to follow!
Although his visage leaves no doubt of the evil that has surrounded him and resided within his questionable heart, Lynneare is a man seeking redemption… in his own way. For centuries he reveled in his curse of immortality. However, Time has shown him how his sins have wounded those he loves far more than they ever injured his enemies. You can learn more about Lynneare on our official wiki page here; https://obrswiki.baskervillearchive.org/wiki/Lore:Lynneare
You can find an ever-growing glossary and geographic guide on our website here: Bloodlines Reforged, and dive into the lore of Stratvs at our official wiki page here: Bloodlines Reforged Saga Wiki. You can also join other fans in our Facebook discussion group here: Facebook Group
Our book mention this month is The War Drums of Kanth, by Merick N. H. Ulrik. “Before the tales of Vandryn the Valorian and before the mighty Drunken Swordsman Gunner Banaburer, 1000 years of peace reigned in the Viclogs.”
As to life here in our own little corner of the world, we are all doing well.
We thoroughly enjoyed all the Halloween celebrations and a gathering of friends and family made my birthday one of the best in years! (Important Note: the couple-costume in which I am dressed up as a cowboy and my wife is dressed up as a cow was NOT my idea. In fact, I thought the suggestion was a trap at first)
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Until next time,
“Crush your Enemies!”