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Friday, November 21, 2014

Meet & Greet Event

Tomorrow, Saturday the 22nd, I will be doing a Meet & Greet in Rochester, MN. I'll be at the Rochester Public Library in the library auditorium from 2:00-4:00 pm, with lots of other authors from the Rochester area. There will be books for sale, and I'll also giving out some really cool Kanin Chronicles swag.



Here are a list of the other authors that will be there:
C.S. Larsen
Mitch Anthony
P.S. Duffy
Abbie Williams
Rich Noll
Ann Noser
Jorrie Johnson
Jeff Lozano
Tom Eberhard
Rachel Schieffelbein
John L. Betcher
MaryJanice Davidson
Bill Willingham

So if you're in the Rochester area tomorrow, you should definitely come out. I think it'll be a fun time!

Thursday, November 20, 2014

#ThrowbackThursday

For Throwback Thursday, I'm posting the trailer for the Trylle Trilogy. I know that TBT is usaully photos, but I love this trailer so much, I wanted an excuse to share it again.


I do really love that trailer. It's so fun and well shot.

And in case you haven't checked out the Trylle books yet or you've been trying to get your friend to read them, the trilogy will be out in a convenient Special Edition 3-in-1 version called Trylle: The Complete Trilogy that will be out January 6, 2015 to coincide with the release of Frostfire


Monday, November 17, 2014

Frostfire Quote - Week 3

It's only 50 days until Frostfire comes out. Every week I'm posting one of my favorite quotes from the book, so without further ado, here is this week's quote:

And in case you're wondering, yes, that is a quote from Ember Holmes, the younger sister of Finn Holmes. Of course, she is a bit older in this series. In the Trylle books, she was twelve, but since the Kanin Chronicles is set four years in the future, she starts Frostfire at the age of sixteen.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Torn Q&A

For the Trylle Re-Read at Goodreads, I'll be doing another Q&A. This time it's for Torn. If you missed the first one for Switched, you can check out the Qs and the As: here. If your question wasn't answered, feel free to stop by and ask in the Torn Q&A.

How these Q&As work is that I'll be stopping in throughout the day to answer questions. So just ask a question whenever you have one.

Next up in the Trylle Re-Read will be Ascend, starting on Monday, and there will be a Q&A for it on December 4th.

Also at Goodreads, there are discussions going about Frostfire, so that's something fun to check out.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Frostfire Pronunciation Guide & Intro

Like the Trylle series, the Kanin Chronicles is based on Scandinvian folklore. In the Kanin series, I delve more into their history and customs and language, which means there are a few words that may be difficult for readers to figure out how to say.

Take Skojare or BiĆ¢else for instance. They look tricky, but they're really not that bad (and even really fun to say). To prove it, I thought I'd make a pronunciation video for Frostfire. I also talk about a bit more about the series. So if you're excited about Frostfire, you should check out the video below.