Time for more Ask the Author updates! We’ve got two more coming up in the near future so find out who we’ll be meeting below!
First up: March 15th 5-6pm CST with Rival Gates @rivalgates1! The 4th book in his fantasy series, The Sapphire Chronicles, just came out last year, and you can learn more about it below!
Repercussions Abound by Rival Gates
Linvin’s uncle Anvar is the closest person to him in the world and Anvar’s life is in the great half-elf’s hands. There’s just one problem. Linvin doesn’t remember him! Anvar is being held hostage by Linvin’s twisted nemesis, Lord Mandrean. Linvin has until the first frost to surrender to him and take his uncle’s place in the gallows. Sadly, after a crack on the skull Linvin has forgotten his old life and taken up a new one. With time passing quickly and still a long way to travel, Linvin must regain his memory soon and leave his new life and wife behind if there is to be any chance of reaching Anvar in time. Even if he gets there, can he really save Anvar and hold out any hope for himself in this custom made trap?
Then next month we have Steven Nelson @bustamuse, author of the poetry and prose collection, Cognitive Debris! He’ll be chatting with us April 12th from 5-6pm CST
Cognitive Debris by Steven C. Nelson
Genre: Short Story / Poetry / Prose
Throughout the years, you live and witness and experience. And all of those phenomena are recalled later in varying degrees of completeness and accuracy. These excerpts from life are periods of personal tumult, events that generated intense emotions, and accounts of others’ conquests that are so poignant you’ve never forgotten them, not one detail. They are variations of trite phrases that you’ve altered to help you better remember them, and fictional stories incubated in your imagination that you augment to become more complex and pleasing. They are funny things you used to say, a trademark phrase, a “youmark”-something everyone at the party expects to hear at least twice from you. You collect them and protect them because they mean something to you, and maybe only you-they are you. We all live with this cognitive debris, and how we interpret and react to the events of each day is filtered through the prism it creates in each of us. This is mine.
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