kadrey:

The 4 Essential Elements You Need For A Good Story

kadrey:

The 4 Essential Elements You Need For A Good Story

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Loki, full on blue, just before he got Cera in Chaos: I Bring the Fire Part III.

Loki, full on blue, just before he got Cera in Chaos: I Bring the Fire Part III.

Raise by sueworld

Raise by sueworld

Most adorable picture of Hel and Fenrir! I found it on Google looking for “Loki”. When I tried to go to the source my browser told me to abort because of malware. D’oh! If anyone knows the ORIGINAL source of this art, please let me know.
UPDATE: It is by an artist named Jon Bliss. Here is the source! http://jonbliss.blogspot.com/2010/08/until-rust-red-rooster-opens-his-beak.html (And it didn’t break my browser this time).

Most adorable picture of Hel and Fenrir! I found it on Google looking for “Loki”. When I tried to go to the source my browser told me to abort because of malware. D’oh! If anyone knows the ORIGINAL source of this art, please let me know.

UPDATE: It is by an artist named Jon Bliss. Here is the source! http://jonbliss.blogspot.com/2010/08/until-rust-red-rooster-opens-his-beak.html (And it didn’t break my browser this time).

shakespearee:

Manish Dayal for NY Times [x]

shakespearee:

Manish Dayal for NY Times [x]

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I WROTE A STORY ABOUT A GIRL WITH BIG BREASTS

I grew up reading fantasy and sci-fi from the likes of Heinlein, Anthony, Aspirin, and countless others. There were a lot of buxom women. And the buxom lasses were always proud of it, and flaunting it.

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"Write the story you want to read, because when you’re editing, you’ll be reading it over and over again."

— Me … author of the I Bring the Fire series. (First installment free on AmazonBarnes and Nobles, & Google, Kobo and Smashwords.)

malformalady:

This is the three-eyed calf being worshipped as a deity in India. The baby cow was born with the additional organ in the middle of his head, much like the Hindu god Shiva. Visitors have flocked the village of Kolathur in Tamil Nadu, southern India, to see the special calf. One of the key identifying features of Shiva is the third eye on his forehead, which can emit flames. When Shiva loses his temper, he opens his third eye to burn things to ashes.
Photo credit: Ruptly

malformalady:

This is the three-eyed calf being worshipped as a deity in India. The baby cow was born with the additional organ in the middle of his head, much like the Hindu god Shiva. Visitors have flocked the village of Kolathur in Tamil Nadu, southern India, to see the special calf. One of the key identifying features of Shiva is the third eye on his forehead, which can emit flames. When Shiva loses his temper, he opens his third eye to burn things to ashes.

Photo credit: Ruptly

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Anonymous said: just read book one of I Bring the Fire, was fuckin good. ive had a norse mythology itch for a while and couldn't find anything to scratch it -- this is hitting the SPOT. my mom told me to save my money but i think im going to end up buying more of I Bring the Fire instead. i hope youre proud )':-wally

Oh, thank you, wally! Your words make me very happy. (If you read super fast you might be able to read them all in the free month trial periods offered by Scribd or Oyster).

hedendom:

Thor crosses the Bifrost as a lightning bolt perfectly follows the path of a rainbow.
Photograph by Birk Möbius

hedendom:

Thor crosses the Bifrost as a lightning bolt perfectly follows the path of a rainbow.

Photograph by Birk Möbius