Fera is a rather dark tale; certainly, darker and grittier than is Magica with fewer ties to classical elements. Here we get a brief glimpse of the differences in this story about a young girl (Cristiana) who’s being chased by a madman and his henchman.
Yep, I’m nervous. For eight years…EIGHT YEARS…I’ve been developing Mystica. Now comes a moment of truth. Magica will soon be in the hands of Kindle readers. What will they think? What will they say?
I’m not crazy. Let’s establish that up front, shall we? It’s important that we do before I tell you how Mystica came to be, that the idea for Mystica started with a single voice in my head that was not my own. The voice whispered:
Whenever I get updated by the professional artist responsible for creating Mystica’s character cards, I feel like it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and the Fourth of July all rolled into one.
This special, one-time giveaway features not one, not two but THREE books written by Brandon Sanderson. What better way to celebrate Christmas than winning these and putting them on your bookshelf or in a display case?
Four hours of sleep. Again. But it’s good for productivity. The reason I mention the lack of rest is more for warning than anything else. You know, in case I go off the rails here and the first post to the new blog becomes gibberish. So why no sleep despite a new Sealy mattress?