Dear Book, Awww, you’re being awesome today. Can you be like this always? Me Dear Book, By always, I actually meant longer than the next 15 minutes. Sorry about the
Dear Secondary Character Who Sets the Story in Motion, You may be evil, but the scenes you’re in, they write themselves. Who wouldn’t put up with a bit of evil
If an animal can eat carrion, will it, given a choice and access to affordable grocery stores? Is carrion-eating necessity or preference? Possibly this varies by species. Like, maybe a
Not been online much. Busy with life stuff, book stuff, other stuff, so … … here. Have some music. 🙂 (This one is on the raven book’s playlist. While Duvekot’s
I’m more of an owl than a raven. But that means ravens have things to teach me, so I need to pay attention.
Dear Secondary Character Who I’m Liking More and More All the Time, There. Right there. Page 90. That’s where you cross the line you’re going to have to spend the
The raven landed on top of the streetlight in the morning light, making low noises deep in its throat, somewhere between a krawk and a purr, sleepy noises, irritated noises.
So maybe there’s the one who walks away from Omelas. And maybe that doesn’t seem to matter much, at the time. Maybe it even seems an easy way out Only
Raven “Oh Raven, what you done? I long to see you but you’re gone …”
Dear Book, That’s an interesting idea. A very interesting idea. But I need to know. Metaphorically speaking, is this an “oh, you’re a wolf!” moment or a “let’s kill the